Outer Worlds Sealed Door at Abandoned Spacer's Choice Settlement

There’s a sealed door at the Abandoned Spacer’s Choice settlement in Outer Worlds. This is a place in the first region you’ll explore, and the door look like it cannot be opened by conventional means like mag-picks, keycards, explosives and such. Pretty much everyone who decided to explore the area thoroughly before heading off-planet is puzzled by it. What’s behind these doors? How to get there? As it often happens, the answer is – have patience. In this guide, we’re going to show you how to open Outer Worlds sealed door at Abandoned Spacer’s Choice settlement.

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Outer Worlds Sealed Door at Abandoned Spacer’s Choice Settlement

How to open Abandoned Spacer’s Choice settlement sealed door?

When you approach the door, a message will pop up at the bottom of the screen, telling you it’s sealed. You won’t have the chance to pick the lock, and it won’t ask you for a keycard. If you look to the right, you’ll see a busted keycard reader, so maybe the door is stuck? We’ve explored the area looking for a hidden switch that would allow us past it, but we haven’t had any luck.

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In the end, it turned out this location is part of a quest you can get later on. If you don’t want to spoil the surprise, it would probably be best if you stopped reading now.

The Abandoned Spacer’s Choice settlement is part of Nyoka’s personal quest, Star-Crossed Troopers. She’ll ask your help in finding out what happened to her old crew, and the quest will take you all over the galaxy. One of the locations you’ll have to visit is this little bandit camp. Her crewmates, Anderson and Rebekah, were hired to clear out an infestation here. Snooping about will reveal that they didn’t make it – you’ll find their bodies, and all you can do is take the medallions and continue the search.

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