Famous explorers have often said that the only reason they need to explore something is simply because it’s there. It’s understandable; humans are inherently curious, after all. You see a giant mountain in the distance, you’re probably gonna wonder what the view is like from the top. Or, in the case of Subnautica, if you see a giant crashed spaceship, you’re probably gonna wonder what’s going on in there. Here are all of the Subnautica Aurora door codes.
In Subnautica, the Aurora is something of an ever-present goal from the beginning of the game. Soon after you start the game, you’ll quickly notice this gigantic crashed vessel sitting on the ocean floor, but while it is more than possible to enter it and sate your curiosity, it ain’t gonna be easy. In the first place, you can’t even get inside until the ship’s engines explode, and after that, you’ll need quite a few tools to get around the inside, not the least of which being the codes to open the ship’s numerous electronic doors.
Subnautica Aurora Door Codes
To save you some time in your planning, here are all of the codes to the Aurora’s doors.
- Cabin No. 1: 1869
- Captain’s Quarters: 2679
- Cargo Bay: 1454
- Lab Access: 6483
- Robotics Bay: 6666
In addition to these codes, navigating the ship’s innards will be next to impossible without the following vital tools.
- Radiation Suit: after the engines explode, the vicinity of the Aurora is lousy with radiation. Without a suit, you’ll drop dead of rad poisoning almost immediately.
- Repair Tool: Many of the doors are broken, so you’ll need a tool to fix them before you can open them. A tool is also necessary to repair the ship’s radiation leak.
- Laser Cutter: Some of the doors are outright sealed instead of just being broken, so you’ll need a laser to slice your way in.
- Propulsion/Repulsion Cannon: There are lots of otherwise immovable crates and barriers littered around the ship, so you’ll need a cannon to blast them out of the way.
- Seaglide: While parts of the ship have oxygen bubbles you can walk around in, many are entirely submerged, necessitating a quick means of underwater travel.