What Is The Code For The Black Market Door In The Dust District In Dishonored 2

What Is The Code For The Black Market Door In The Dust District In Dishonored 2
The Black Market in the Dust District in Dishonored 2 is one of the more difficult to rob. In order to break in you need to solve a puzzle. This guide will tell you What Is The Code For The Black Market Door In The Dust District In Dishonored 2 so you can get it open and loot to your hearts content.

What Is The Code For The Black Market Door In The Dust District

Before you can solve the puzzle you first need to go into the alleyway behind the Black Market. When in the alleyway look through the metal bars on the windows and you’ll see a door that is blocked by a large piece of wood. Use a grenade, bolt or skill to break the barrier and go back inside, up the stairs and into the room.

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Head to the far end of the room, you’ll see an unconscious man. There’s a desk nearby. Behind the desk is a photograph that has a Wedding Silvergraph sticking out behind it. Pick that up and read it. It will give you a cryptic clue. Something like:

“We were wed in the month of Rain”

After you’ve got that clue check the hallway in the house for a large grid of numbers.

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First, scroll down the list of names on the left until you find your month. So for example, Rain on my list was month 4. Then scan across that row until you reach the circled number, mine was 21. So my code was 421. Do the same thing on your chart and you’ll have it no problem.

  • Lars Mårten Rikard Nilsson

    since the combinations in this game are only 3 numbers and they auto-unlock upon finding the right one you can just brute force them by inputting 001 then 002 then 003 etc. until you hit the right one, doesn’t take long.

    • Uskglass

      No. There are literally 1,000 combinations in a lock with three numbers (zero to nine).

      • VvdD

        So he’s right then, 1000 possible combinations. The average is calculated by taking the whole range and dividing it by 2. Thus 500 tries on average is correct.

        • Uskglass

          My reply was to the original poster (“doesn’t take long”), a day before Victor Echeverria posted about 500 guesses.

    • Victor Echeverria

      That takes an average of 500 guesses. It’s faster to just go find the clues.

      • Lars Mårten Rikard Nilsson

        it really doesn’t take long at all…

  • CynicalSandman

    And here I thought it was the buy 2 get 1 4 free sign, worked on my first play through.