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Viscera Cleanup Detail - Door Codes for Your Office

Aug 4, 2017     Guides
Viscera Cleanup Detail - Door Codes for Your Office

Ever tried opening those locked key-pad doors in your office on Viscera Cleanup Detail? Well, the combinations different for everyone unfortunately. Luckily, I'll tell you how to open them with no trouble at all in this guide.

Where is the Office, the Doors in It, and How Do I Get to It?



Now, before we get started, some of you may not even know where your office is, or the doors in it. You may be thinking this goes without explaining but just in case you do not know, there is a button in the main menu labeled Office. Click this and it will send you directly to your office. You are also sent to your office after you've finished a map. The first door should be to your right after you walk out the first doorway. The next doorway is to your left in the room with the large movable metal cabinets. If you move those (there should be 2), there is a door behind them. The third one is in the room that you unlock when completing the first one.

How do I Open the Doors?



Now the basis of cracking these doors open is that if you enter a correct digit at the correct position, the display flashes. Some people recommend different methods. While researching this subject, I came upon a Steam discussion on the matter where one man suggested this:

For example, let's say the code is 5987.

  • Enter "1111" - no flashes, code resets.
  • Enter "2222" - no flashes, code resets.
  • Enter "3333" - no flashes, code resets.
  • Enter "4444" - no flashes, code resets.
  • Enter "5555" - First digit flashes, other three don't. We know "5" is the first digit.
  • Enter "6666" - no flashes, code resets.
  • Enter "7777" - Fourth digit flashes. "7" is the last digit.
  • Enter "8888" - Third digit flashes, "8" is the third digit.
  • Enter "9999" - Second digit flashes, "9" is the second digit.

I personally click a number, delete it if it isnt right, then try again until it is. The man who recommended the previous method says that it's a pain to "move around and "aim" with the mouse to press different buttons" and while I do agree, I feel that overall, my strategy is better. You shouldn't have trouble recognizing the flash, though it is quick so keep your eyes peeled.

How Many Numbers are there in the Combos?



Some of you may be worried about how much time this will take you. Worry not: the first and second door I mentioned both have 4 digits and should take no time at all. However, the last door has a 17 digit code and I tell you from personal experience that it does take a while.

If you don't want to open this door, trust me: you're not missing out on anything. It is by far the smallest of the rooms, containing some trash and a toilet.
Written by Element.