Too little Loot can probably poll the Borderlands games, but the really good legendary equipment is rarely seen. This is not different in the offshoot Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, fortunately, but there are a few possibilities to increase the chances of rare equipment.
New Shift Code gives you a lot of lot extra
In addition to increasing Beuegrück and Co., especially the Shift codes are an easy way to get good equipment. If you resolve you, you will get skeletal key, with which you can open the skeletal chest in the magnificent hoof, which guarantees you valuable Loot.
The only hook? Shift codes are usually valid for a short time and get you just a skeletal key – so open your chest. This is different with the latest code that you can redeem directly in the game or on the Shift page of Gearbox: because this code welcomes you entire 10 skeletal keys, which effectively means the tenfold amount of Loot.
- Shift code for ten skeletal keys: BTXT3-W3H6J-6CBCW-JBTJJ-XZW9F
- How long is the code valid? A expiration date is not specified, so it could be permanently valid. But you should soon grab him for safety soon.
If you want to know which Shift codes gives it else and how exactly you will be losing them, you can look into our overview:
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Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands: All current Shift codes for free Loot at a glance
First DLC brings a new boss that develops
The Shift code appears at the same time with the first DLC to Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, which also provides you with a new dungeon and boss fight next to a new story.
Here you can watch the trailer for DLC:
The special feature of the fight against the Boss Chumen is that he develops evolving every week. A total of four forms would you have to defeat, one of which is unlocked per week. The opponent should become crispy every time and get new skills and attacks. All information about the DLC and the three planned extensions we have summarized here.
Are you still looking for a specific rare equipment to complete your build? or do you prefer what you fall into your hands?