Knowing where to look for the Deathloop delivery booth code is simple if you know where to look. These delivery booths will do nothing until you obtain the code, but once you do, you can get cranks, batteries, turrets, and nullifiers sent to you.
When it comes to cranks and batteries, it can save you a lot of time looking for what you need. But where do you find the Deathloop delivery booth codes, and how do you get this system to work?
Where to find the Deathloop delivery booth code
The Deathloop delivery booth code can be obtained in two ways. One involves completing the Deathloop Fristad Rock bunker problem, which is worthwhile because it unlocks a few other useful codes (additional information is available in the video below and at that site).
If all you need is the code for the delivery booth, go to Fia’s bunker. You’ll pass this camera on the higher level if you follow the road to her reactor chamber. You’ll find a repair area where someone has been working on the booths if you hack it or use Aether to sneak by while invisible.
On the whiteboard is the code to use them. Remember, the codes in Deathloop are produced randomly in each game, so you won’t be able to utilise the code you see there; you’ll have to create your own.
Once you obtain the code, you can use it to order a crank, battery, turret, or nullifier from a Deathloop delivery booth. Whatever you choose will be ready to pick up at the booth in the following time frame.
While having access to a nullifier or turret has some practical benefits, the true winner here is being able to get batteries and cranks whenever you need them, as they aren’t always easy to come by when you need them.