Where to find the Deathloop delivery booth code

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The Deathloop delivery booth code is a vital piece of information to assist you, but it's easy to overlook if you aren't aware of it. If you don't find those digits then the delivery booths located in each level are merely background furniture with no purpose, but once you get the code and turn them on you can use them to order cranks, batteries, turrets, and nullifiers for delivery. Those are all useful items in Deathloop, but getting cracks and batteries is especially so, as it means you can simply claim one from a booth rather than spending lots of time searching levels to find them. Of course, all of this hinges on you actually having the code in the first place, so here's where to find the Deathloop delivery booth codes and how to get that system up and running.

Where to find the Deathloop delivery booth code

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There are actually two ways to get the Deathloop delivery booth code. One involves solving the Deathloop Fristad Rock bunker puzzle, which is worth considering doing anyway as you'll unlock a few other useful Deathloop codes if you do. However, if you just want the code of the delivery booth then head to Fia's bunker. If you follow the path to her reactor room, you'll pass this camera on the upper level. Hack it or use Aether to sneak past while you're invisible and you'll find a repair room where someone's been working on the booths.    

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The code to use them is on the whiteboard. Remember though, the codes in Deathloop are randomly generated for each game so you can't use the code you can see there - you'll have to get your own. 

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Once you have the code you can use it access a Deathloop delivery booth and order a crank, battery, turret, or nullifier. Whatever you pick will then be ready to collect at the booth in the next time period. While being able to order a nullfier or a turret has some practical advantages, the real win here is being able to get batteries and cranks at will, as they are not always the easiest thing to find when you need them the most.

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