All The Easter Eggs On Fortune's Keep

Activision just released a new Resurgence map for Warzone: Fortune's Keep. The map has been very well received so far, and Activision made sure to include several smaller Easter Eggs around the map. These are all the ones we found on the first day.
Warzone Season 4
Gold isn't the only thing that can be found on the new map. | © Activision

In Season 4, we got a brand-new Resurgence style map that replaced Rebirth. It's a small island set in the Mediterranean that features a castle, a winery and a town. And so far, it's been met with an outpouring of positive responses. Everyone seems to be enjoying the new map. One of the many things people enjoy are the Easter Eggs that can be found across the Island.

So far, 4 Easter Eggs have been found, and we can't help but wonder if we've missed some. But only time will tell. First, let us take a look at the 4 Easter Eggs that have been found so far.

How To Do The 'Wine Bottle' Easter Egg On Fortune's Keep

All the Easter Eggs on Fortune's Keep have been quite simple and easy to execute, and so is this one. As the name suggests, you have to try and find 2 wine bottles that are scattered around the map, or kill people who have collected a wine bottle and pick it up, when they drop theirs. A quick shout out to @ModernWarzone on Twitter, who managed to complete all the Easter Eggs and posted short clips of the Easter Eggs on his Twitter account. Instead of navigating you around all the spots, I'll be providing you with all his videos, so you can check them out for yourselves. Having said that, here's the first Easter Egg video:

As you can see, once you've collected 2 wine bottles and brought them to the book case, a secret door opens, where you can find a small room filled with high value loot. This is by far the best Easter Egg when it comes to loot, and is definitely worth the hassle. Jump into a game and give it a try.

How To Do The 'Fountain' Easter Egg On Fortune's Keep

This is arguably the worst Easter Egg, and I don't really know if it's worth it. For this Easter Egg, all you need, is some cash and head to the Winery. In the courtyard, you'll find a fountain, and all you have to do is drop your money into the fountain. Once you've sacrificed your money to the Warzone gods, the fountain spits out some loot. The more money you put in, the better the loot.

I've seen people drop a few grand into the fountain, and were rewarded with an SVT and a precision airstrike, so I don't know if that's worth it to be honest. Does make a great camping spot, where you just pick off the poor souls that are doing the Easter Egg, and after you've killed them, you just collect their loot. Please don't do that...

  • Speaking of Easter Eggs, why don't you try the new Zombies map. I've heard that Easter Egg is a real challenge.

How To Do The 'Shovel' Easter Egg On Fortune's Keep

This Easter Egg is quite similar to the one with the wine bottles, but instead of wine bottles, you guessed it, you need to find a shovel. The shovel is located in the graveyard and all you have to do is pick it up. After that, you have to find some patches of sand that are scattered all across the map. In the video, you only see 2 sand spots, but we're sure that there are a lot more. If you see a suspicious looking sand patch, just head over to it and see if you can interact with it. And that's all to this Easter Egg.

As you can see, this Easter Egg is also super easy. From the looks of it, it seems like you're guaranteed a UAV from the dig site, which is obviously a worthy prize. Especially later in the game, if you happen to have the shovel, which you can also pick up by killing enemies, and are close to a dig site, it might be worth heading over there and picking up a free UAV. This Easter Egg definitely seems better than the fountain one, but not as good as the wine bottle Easter Egg.

How To Do The 'Zombies' Easter Egg On Fortune's Keep

This is definitely the coolest Easter Egg on Fortune's Keep, and I can't believe someone found it so quickly. This is a bit trickier than the other Easter Eggs, because the candle spots change from game to game. Speaking of candles, for this one, you'll also have to head to the graveyard POI and locate 3 candles. As previously mentioned, these candles don't spawn at the same spot every game, so make sure to be thorough. After that, all you have to do, is head to a special gravestone and pay your respects. Once done, a zombie will spawn, and you have to kill it.

This Easter Egg also seems to worth it, as the Zombie will drop 'Self Revives'. Unfortunately, it doesn't drop enough for the whole squad, what a shame. If you decide to do this Easter Egg, your other team members might as well grab the shovel and head for the dig sites. Kill two birds with one stone.

How To Do The Bullseye Easter Egg

All you need for this Easter Egg is a throwing knife. Yep, that's it. This is a great Easter Egg at the beginning of the game to guarantee a good starting gun.

All you have to do is head to town, enter a building and locate the bar area in said building. Throw a knife at the dartboard, and you're done.

As you can see, once you've completed that one simple step, a door opens to your right which contains a legendary weapon blueprint. It's a shame you don't get that blueprint, but it makes sense, since this Easter Egg is so easy. And that's basically all there is to this Easter Egg.

And those are all the Easter Eggs that can be found on Warzone's new map, Fortune's Keep. I hope they add some more complicated ones in the future, but for now, these seem quite fun, and should definitely be worth doing. What do you think of the new map? If the new map isn't for you, and you're waiting for Warzone 2, you might as well, read these: