Alan Wake 2 has many lock codes, and some of them are more difficult than others. Among the most difficult codes to learn is the number needed to get the shotgun at the Sherrif’s Station. In the section below, we have the combination and a method to analyze the clues. Don’t worry if you don’t want to know the answer, just look at our heading on where to find the clues.
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What is the Lock Code to the Sheriff’s Station Shotgun Case in Alan Wake 2?
The lock code to the Sheriff’s Station Shotgun case in Alan Wake 2 is 7-2-3. Look at the case and then to the lock on the lower right. Set the combination to the code above and the case will open for you.
You should be able to figure it out by looking at the clues. QBW using the code is 7, 2, and 3 respectively.
This will open the case and allow you to take the shotgun for your own uses.
Where to find the clues for the Sheriff’s Station Shotgun Case in Alan Wake 2
Firstly, do not get confused by the red herring on the desk nearby. Those memory books ont he desk with the note are not used for this case lock. Instead, the computer desk in the middle of the room provides your clue. An alphabetic code is shown with corresponding numbers. A will mean 1 and B will mean 2 until it hits J, the 10th letter. Once it hits J, the code resets to 0. So K is 0, L is 1, and so on until the next reset.
After you put the alien books in series order, look at the first letters of the authors. QBW will be the code you’re trying to decipher.