Cartman's basement passcode South Park: The Fractured But Whole

At the start of South Park: The Fractured But Whole you will come across a locked door that leads into the Coon’s lair in Cartman’s basement. In order to meet up with Cartman and friends you’ll need a security code for the Chastity 9000 lock. This article will help you locate Cartman’s keycode in South Park: The Fractured But Whole, but we have to warn you that the language might be a little bit offensive.

Coon’s lair keycode

The story starts with little Eric putting a lock on the door to keep mom out, but the passcode is written down somewhere. In order to get the Coon’s keycode, you’ll have to go upstairs. Enter the first door to your right. Inside the room, you’ll find Cartman’s journal behind a purple lamp, just below Mr T’s picture on the wall. Punch the lamp and when you get the journal, start reading it. On the last page you’ll find the secret key code. Go downstairs and enter 3-0-7 on the Chastity 9000 lock and the basement will unlock.

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This is just one of the secrets in the new South Park game, and if you need any help with hidden collectibles or side stories be sure to check out our South Park: The Fractured But Whole guides.

Basement/lair keycode after Cartman changes it

At some point during the main story, Cartman’s going to change the keycode to the lair. You’ll be required to enter the basement while playing through the Origins 3 quest, and you’ll need the new keypad combination. Luckily, it’s written right there on the input numpad. Press the buttons corresponding to the phrase Get Scrambles Fast, and the door will open.

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