Prey - Security Station Safe Code

Where to find the Security Station Safe code in Prey.

This guide will give players the Security Station Safe code in Prey, as well as tell them where they can find it on their own. Since looting the Security Station in your first hour or two can greatly improve your chances of survival, we highly suggest you tackle it as soon as possible.

You'll find The Orit on the same desk where you located the Shotgun.
You'll find The Orit on the same desk where you located the Shotgun.

Before players can open the Security Station Safe, they will first need to learn How to Get into the Security Station. There are two ways to do this, both of which are covered in our guide.Once you’re in the Security Station and are ready to open the Safe, you can do so by punching in 0526 as the code. Once unlocked, players can loot the Safe and find the Shotgun Shells Fabrication Plan, Recycler Charge, Nullwave Transmitter, and the EMP Charge. The best item here is the Shotgun Shells Fabrication Plan, as it will help you create ammo for what might be your first Shotgun in Prey found on the desk in the Security Station.

If you’re wondering how we uncovered the Security Station Safe code, it’s only a few feet away from the Safe itself. Look on the desk where you found the Shotgun for a book called The Orit. This book will contain a passage called Judges 5:26. If you add a zero to the beginning, that’s the Safe code for the Security Station.

The Security Station Safe code is found in a book on the nearby desk called The Orit.
The Security Station Safe code is found in a book on the nearby desk called The Orit.

In case you’re curious, the passage reads:

“Her hand she put to the tent-peg, and her right hand to the workmen’s hammer; and with the hammer she smote Sisera, she smote through his head, yea, she pierced and struck through his temples.

You should now have access to the Security Station Safe off the Talos I Lobby, but have you found the Neuromod Fabrication Plan yet?

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Bill Lavoy

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