Where to Get the Warzone Bombardment Streak and How to Use It
Bombardment is the latest way of getting kills in Warzone.
The Call of Duty Warzone Bombardment killstreak is now available in the game to increase the variety of ways for killing opponents.
Call of Duty Warzone has changed a lot since the launch of Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War. Aside from hosting a new map in addition to Verdansk, there have been dozens of new features and gameplay mechanics over the last few months in Warzone.
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Probably, the most notable change is the presence of zombies in Verdansk. Since the beginning of the Cold War and Warzone‘s second season, zombies started appearing in different locations of Verdansk.
That being said, there are some new weapons and killstreaks in the game as well. The Bombardment Warzone killstreak is the latest one and here you will learn where to get it and how to use it.
What Can You Do With Bombardment Streak?
The killstreak acts much like the Cluster Strike, but there are some major differences. First, you cannot determine the location of Bombardment as it will automatically select to attack the area in which zombies are present and spreading.
Secondly, unlike the other airborne strikes, the Bombardment streak covers a much larger area of attack which can destroy a considerable number of enemies inside the strike zone.
How to Get the Bombardment Streak
The Bombardment streak can only be acquired using a Protocol Key. In order to get the Protocol Key, you need to reach to zombies’ area of presence and activate the related side mission. After completing the mission by killing a certain number of zombies, you will earn a Yellow Key that can open a Yellow Crate. If you are lucky enough, you will get a Protocol Key from the crate.
Now, head to a Containment Monitor Station and under the Containment Protocol tab, purchase the Bombardment streak using the Protocol Key.
Call of Duty Warzone is now available for free on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and PC.