Club Penguin Field Ops Tracker
Club Penguin Field Ops Tracker:
The Club Penguin Field Ops Tracker is updated once the latest Field Op is released on Club Penguin. Field Ops are weekly missions for Elite Penguin Force agents to accomplish. Club Penguin villains (such as the infamous Herbert) continuously attack Club Penguin’s systems, so agents must always be prepared to de-activate any viruses whatsoever. Gary the Gadget Guy always briefly gives an explanation for every Field Op. After that, it is the agent’s responsibility to locate where the hidden device is. The viruses within the devices are deactivated by completing simple (yet challenging) puzzles. The hidden device can be hidden anywhere on the Club Penguin island except for somebody’s igloo.
Our highly accurate Club Penguin Field Ops tracker can be found below. The tracker includes all information regarding the current Field Ops along with a video tutorial to completing it.
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The Elite Penguin Force was publicly released on Club Penguin by the Director. It was first seen in the first Club Penguin Nintendo DS game. However, in 2010, Herbert destroyed the Penguin Secret Agency (PSA) by overloading a popcorn machine. Since that day, the PSA ended and the EPF was born. If you wish to become an Elite Penguin Force agent, you must complete a secret test at the Everyday Phoning Facility. Any connections to the PSA disappeared, although you are still capable of playing the old Club Penguin Missions. When the Elite Penguin Force began, Club Penguin decided to start weekly Field Ops instead of continuing the occasional missions.
Also, the Elite Penguin Force phone replaced the PSA phone. The EPF phone is much more advanced and contains many new features than the old phone.