Wonderlands Loot Luck Bug Fix

Being a looter shooter game, one of the main appeals of Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is that never-ending loot grinding in perpetual search for better gear. And just like in all RPGs, the quality (and rarity) of loot ranges from Common to Legendary. The rarity of drops you get from killing enemies is randomised and governed by the Loot Luck stat. The higher the Loot Luck, the bigger chances to get better equipment. And that’s exactly why are many players frustrated with the Tiny Tina Loot Luck bug. If you’ve been encountering Wonderlands Loot Luck glitch as well, here’s how to fix it.

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Wonderlands Loot Luck Bug Fix

How to Fix Loot Luck Bug Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands

Players are encountering Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Loot Luck bug when they try to grind high-quality loot. Usually, this process means a lot of restarting and repeating the same runs in an effort to get the better loot. And that’s where the problem appears. Oftentimes, when you load the game again, Loot Luck would randomly drop to lower levels compared to what you actually have. This happens without changing any gear or stats – Loot Luck seemingly changes randomly, and almost always to lower values.

Players are yet not sure if this is an intended feature or bug. Gearbox Studios, the game’s developers, haven’t yet officially acknowledged the situation. But almost certainly, it is a glitch. Luckily, you can fix this glitch rather easily. There are several solutions that should work. If you have Chaos Level, you can change them and then reload the game to fix the Loot Luck bug. This will bring your Loot Luck stats back to normal. Alternatively, you can travel back to Brighthoof and then return by using the portal. This should also fix the Loot Luck glitch. Both of these solutions are proven to work by the community, and they will almost certainly fix your problem. So there you have it until the glitch is being removed from the game, this is what you need to do in order to keep your Loot Luck stats on a proper level.

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