Tangaroa is the final location of Raft’s second chapter update. Tangaroa is a massive bio-dome built as a livable habitat for the rich and privileged, and players can explore the dome to find out what truly went down. The finale of Tangaroa involves finding the emergency bridge, which requires a code. We’ll walk you through the process with our Raft: emergency bridge launch code guide!
How to Find the Emergency Bridge Launch Code
The first thing you see once you set foot into the mystical bio-dome world of Tangaroa is the gigantic tower in the middle of the dome. You’ll visit the tower during the final section of Tangaroa, and there’s one last puzzle for you.
Enter the tower and take the elevator up to the second floor. You’ll be greeted with a reinforced security gate, with a keypad nearby that reads “emergency bridge launch”. Look around the tower, and you should find a scribbled note that clues you in on how to decipher the code.
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You’ll see a list of streets and crude drawings. If you were paying attention as you were exploring Tangaroa, you should recognize some of these names and pictures. The key to figuring out the keypad code is to find these locations and jot down their address numbers.
We’re not sure if this code is randomly generated between games, so you should try to figure out the code on your own, just in case.
Let’s take a look at the scissors icon, as an example. One of the first buildings you see when entering Tangaroa is the barber shop, which is on Bazaar street. Head over to Bazaar street, and you should see the barber shop, so look above the front door to find an address number.
The address number for the barber shop for us was 1. We explored and found the rest of the streets and address numbers, and our final code was 4813, going from top to bottom.
Try this code out and if it works, great, but if it doesn’t, you know how to find the rest of the code on your own. Just run around and look for the shops until you get the rest of the address numbers.
That concludes our guide on Raft’s emergency bridge code. If you have any other questions, let us know in the comments below!