Trainers City - Borderlands : The Pre-Sequel - Cheat Codes - [PC]



Nom du fichier : Borderlands : The Pre-Sequel - Cheat Codes - Auteur : ANO - [PC]

SHiFT codes:
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Enter one of the following codes under your SHiFT account at Gearbox Software to unlock the corresponding bonus. Note: Some codes will expire over time or number of redemptions. The Golden Keys are obtained from the SHiFT Code Kiosk in Concordia. You can then use the Golden Key to open the chest found in the town square near Springs' shop and Moxxi's bar to get up to four level appropriate weapons or shields each time it is opened.

Effect Code
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1 Golden Key - WKCT3-JTHZ9-BJ3JB-TTBJJ-CSZCZ
1 Golden Key - K5K3T-5THZ9-JT3BT-JBTJ3-36RZB
1 Golden Key - 5KWTJ-FB9ZH-TTJTB-BBT3B-F9KWX
1 Golden Key - KW53T-S39HZ-TJTT3-BJ3B3-B69C3
1 Golden Key - WK5BJ-3CHHS-TJJ3J-T3T3T-RRC5H
1 Golden Key - CWK33-5J3B3-33BTJ-3TB3B-C5SFX
1 Golden Key - KKK3J-T33J3-BTB3T-JBJJ3-JSFBX
1 Golden Key - 5C5TJ-W699H-BJTBJ-TTTTJ-XX3X6
1 Golden Key - 5WK33-RF99H-BJBJT-3B33T-ZW6WT
1 Golden Key - C5CTT-3JJJJ-C3JTJ-J33BJ-SZ9SK
1 Golden Key - 5WWBJ-HHSZ9-JBT33-B3TJJ-ZW65W
1 Golden Key - 5W5B3-KSZZ9-333B3-BBBBT-BK5W9
1 Golden Key - C5WTB-J9ZHS-BBBTT-TJ33T-RKJXT
1 Golden Key - KKKJB-HXZHS-JTJJ3-JJBT3-KTJSB
1 Golden Key - C5CJB-WTT3T-WJJBT-JT3JJ-CKJZ3
1 Golden Key - C5KTB-RTJ33-C33TT-BBJBB-WZWJX
1 Golden Key - 5WWBJ-TWBJJ-KT3JB-TJBBB-CJ5KJ
3 Golden Keys - WWKTJ-JWKJB-BJ3TJ-3BJTB-TSHBW
3 Golden Keys - WW5BB-RCKTJ-BTJ3J-BTTJB-939Z6
3 Golden Keys - KW53T-955JJ-3JBJT-3JJTB-BSSBF
5 Golden Keys - WK533-CZ6JB-T3BB3-3TB33-W9XXR
5 Golden Keys - 5K53J-J9FJ3-BT3JB-3BTT3-9JF5J
20 Golden Keys - C55BT-S95HK-HTT3J-B3J3J-5H5CR
Jack-o'Cannon - KW5BB-BZXWB-3TT33-JJT33-C966T


Easy XP:
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During the "A New Direction" story mission early in the game, you can farm easy XP from the final Boss "RedBelly" by quickly saving and quitting at the right time. RedBelly has two phases during the battle; the second phase begins when his helmet comes off. Once this happens, make sure not to kill the helmet. Focus only on RedBelly. The easiest way to kill RedBelly is to get him to chase you back to the venting machines. RedBelly will not leave his area -- so he will not enter the room. You can then shoot him from a safe distance. Once Belly is defeated, Jack will say "Who the hell were those weirdos?
Oh whatever, I'm friggin' over it -- just turn off the signal!" When he finishes saying that, pause the game, and select the "Save and Quit" option. Once you are back at the main menu, select "Continue", run back to RedBelly, and kill him again. To save some time, you can jump over the garage by jumping on the lamppost, then jumping on the garage. When you are on the garage, jump on the sign, then leap over the wall, and proceed to RedBelly's location. Repeat this process as many times as desired. Use this trick to quickly reach Level 14. Note: If you do not select "Save & Quit" at the right time, the
mission will proceed, and you will not be able to farm RedBelly again until later in the game.


Godzilla reference:
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You can fight a hidden level 30 Kraggon Boss named "Iwajira", that resembles Godzilla, has a similar radioactive beam attack, and is named closely to her original Japanese name, "Gojira". From Janey's Workshop at Serenity's Waste, run forward and use the U-turn to your right. Jump to the rocks on the left of the tall building up the hill.Use them to jump on the edge of the building. Follow the curved ledge to reach a narrow platform above some magma. Jet jump from high ledge across the streaming lava and land on the small platform on the other side. Enter the cave behind the streaming lava and continue deep inside until you find a hole. Drop into the cavern to enter the "Pyroclast Grotto" and encounter Iwajira.


How to Find the Se7en Easter Egg:
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* Teleport to the Titan Industrial Facility entrance and run to the office where the player meets Gladstone.
* Once inside, run over to a computer terminal near the covered windows in the
same room. There's a lockbox on the terminal.
* Crack the box open! What's inside? It's Gwen's Head! This time she's got a space helmet on. It is the moon after all.
* Opening the box rewards you with a unique pistol called "Smooth Gwen's Other
Head" - it fires two shots at once.


Easy experience:
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* Play the "Let's Build a Robot Army" mission and progress to the point where you have to allow Turrets kill Scavs. Make sure you are carrying a lot of ammunition. Kill steal the Scavs from the Turrets to gain experience points. The Turrets will get an occasional kill,and the mission will end after twelve of them. To prevent this from happening, pause game
play when the Turrets get about ten kills. Select the "Save And Quit" option, then resume from the saved game. The Turret kill count will have reset, allowing you to continue kill stealing.
* You can repeatedly farm the RedBelly Boss fight for experience. Start the "A New Direction" mission and progress until facing RedBelly. Kite him to the vending machines. He cannot leave this area, allowing you to easily take him out at a distance. This battle has two parts. The second one starts when RedBelly loses his helmet. When this happens, target RedBelly instead of the helmet. After killing him, Jack will ask "Who the hell were those weirdos?". Pause game play when he is done with that sentence, then select "Save And Quit".
After returning to the main menu, resume from the saved game. If you saved the game at the correct moment, you can repeatedly farm RedBelly for experience.
* Play the "Guardian Hunter" mission bestowed by Sterwin near Vorago Solitude. You are tasked with capturing a living Guardian. Make sure you have a lot of ammunition. The Guardians will keep respawning, allowing you to repeatedly kill them for over 500 experience points per kill.


Outlands Spur: Neil Parsec:
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Return to Triton Falls after the "No Such Things as a Free Lunch" mission. Move towards the Fast Travel point then continue to the Darksiders' tower. Get to the top of the tower, then go to the balcony located on the south side to find Neil Parsec ready to jump.


Research & Development: Benjamin Blue:
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Enter the research room on the lower left side of Research &Development. Free the creature named Benjamin Blue from its cage to get a reward.


Veins of Helios: Spawn special creatures:
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Complete the "Don't Get Cocky" mission, then move to the top left corner of the map. Use the jump pads to reach the small ledge that has a turret and electronic systems. Start the mission from the computers, call in a drone, then use the turret to shoot down as many of the Dahl fighters, meteors and debris as possible. Scoring very will will spawn special creatures all over the map.


Duplicate Weapons:
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You can essentially duplicate a weapon when playing with a friend. First, save your progress. Then when you're ready, give the desired weapons to a friend and exit out of the game without saving. Your friend can save and keep the weapons, and your inventory won't be hit for the loss because you didn't save after giving away the goodies.


Dark Side of the Moon:
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Early in the game, in Triton Flats, you will see several prisms with light shooting out of them. You also will face a group known as the Darksiders. This is obviously a reference to the band Pink Floyd and their album, Dark Side of the Moon.


Ned Kelly:
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The boss named Red Belly is inspired by Australian historical outlaw Ned Kelly, who made a suit of armour identical to the one Red Belly wears (Red Belly is also a venomous Australian snake).


Level Multiple Characters Simultaneously:
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PC users are able to level up as many as four of their own characters at the same time. After launching a game session, hit Alt+Tab to jump back to the desktop, then open the game via it's install directory (as opposed to through a service like Steam).

Choose which character you want to host your game (we recommend the character at the highest level, as you'll earn more experience and money from their kills and progression),then set the network connection to LAN and have your secondary characters join that game. So long as your computer can run 4 instances of Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel at the same time, you can progress each character through as many levels as you like. Be aware, however, that unless a character is in-game for the acquisition AND redemption of a quest, they will not gain the rewards / XP from it, and will still have to play through it themselves.


Breaking Bad Reference:
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During the mission "Let's Build A Robot Army", while the four eyes are being reconstructed, Claptrap (if you are playing as him) will say "Yeah! Science BITCH!" once the process is complete. This line is a reference to Breaking Bad's own Jesse Pinkman.


Regolith Range: Hidden Nel fight:
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Go to the far east side of Regolith Range, and start the "Last Requests" side mission from the corpse. The normal completion of the mission involves tracking Nel and calling him a dick. However, there is a hidden fight with Nel that is started by calling him a dick a second time. Go to the Dahl Waystation and search the outer edge that overlooks the lava pits. Use the steam vent to blast yourself up to the platforms on the side of a nearby building. Climb the jutting parts to go up and around the building. Once at the top, take the big "D" letter. Jump to float to the next tallest building. Climb up that building and place the "D" in front of the letters "I" and "C" that are painted on a wall. Follow the walkway to the left then jump up the protruding sections to reach the top of the building. Note: Use a grenade jump on the third platform to keep ascending. Once at the top, collect the "K" and place it at the end of the previously discovered letters to spell "DICK". Nel will appear again. Defeat his allies, then fight him. Aafter winning, there will be a chance that the legendary sniper rifle "Skullmasher" will drop.


Hidden messages:
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* The following binary code appears during the credits:
"010010110100010101000101010001010010000001000100010010010100011101000111010010010100111001000111".

It translates to "KEEP DIGGING".

* A QR code can be found above Moxxi's stash. It opens a Google search of "Ghosts From Home".


PC Console Commands Guide:
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Navigate to the Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel installation and open the Config folder.

It should be somewhere like this:

C:ProgramFiles(x86)SteamSteamAppsCommonBorderlandsPreSequelWillowGameConfig

In the Config folder, open the DefaultInput.ini with a text editor like Notepad. Search for the line [Engine.Console] and copy+paste the following under so it looks like this:

[Engine.Console]
ConsoleKey=Tilde
TypeKey=Backslash
ManualAutoCompleteList=(Command=Stat UNITAVG,Desc=Stat UNITAVG (Shows average hardware
unit framerate))
Now when you start the game, press tilde [`] to bring down the console window.
Restart the Steam client if it doesnt seem to be working.

Console Commands List
FOV [Input NUMBER]

Gives full control over FOV adjustments, beyond the range allowed in the regular Video Options
menu selection. May cause performance or graphical issues.
Replace [Input Number] with 1 through 180.
SetRes [NUMBERxNUMBER]

Sets a custom resolution outside the options available in the Video Options menu.
A standard setting would be setres 1280960? but any number can be used.
ToggleHUD - Turns the HUD elements on or off. Can be used for taking better screenshots with
the console screenshot feature.
Stat FPS - Makes an FPS counter appear in the corner of the scree. Good for testing performance.
Gamma [Input NUMBER] - Like FOV above, gives full control over Gamma adjustment.
Shot / Screenshot - Takes a screenshot instantly.
Exit / Quit: - Instantly exit the game client. Both of these commands do the same thing.


Level Multiple Characters Simultaneously:
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PC users are able to level up as many as four of their own characters at the same time. After launching a game session, hit Alt+Tab to jump back to the desktop, then open the game via it's install directory (as opposed to through a service like Steam).

Choose which character you want to host your game (we recommend the character at the highest level, as you'll earn more experience and money from their kills and progression), then set the network connection to LAN and have your secondary characters join that game. So long as your computer can run 4 instances of Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel at the same time, you can progress each character through as many levels as you like.

Be aware, however, that unless a character is in-game for the acquisition AND redemption of a quest, they will not gain the rewards / XP from it, and will still have to play through it themselves.


Duplicate Weapons:
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You can essentially duplicate a weapon when playing with a friend. First, save your progress. Then when you're ready, give the desired weapons to a friend and exit out of the game without saving. Your friend can save and keep the weapons, and your inventory won't be hit for the loss because you didn't save after giving away the goodies.



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