How to Open the Courthouse Safe in The Last of Us 2

Towards the end of the Downtown Seattle mission in The Last of Us Part II you will enter the Courthose. Inside this building you will find a number of enemies lurking about alongside some resources. One of the of the best places to get resources is the Courthosue safe which can be found in the buildings basement. To help you with this safe here’s our how to open the Courthouse safe guide.



Where to Find the Courthouse Safe

Image showing the map location of the Courthouse safe.
Image showing the Courthouse Safe in The Last of Us Part II.

The Courthouse can be found one block north of the Barko pet store. To get inside this building you need to cross over the security gate on the southeast corner and open a window there. Once you are inside make your way through the library area until you reach a door with a bookshelf leaning against it. Go through this door and head down the stairs. Walk all the way to the end of the green tile area and look for a FEDRA sign. Turn to the left of the sign to see a locked yellow door. Destroy the window to the left of this door and vault inside. Under the table you vaulted over is the Courthouse safe.



How to Open the Courthouse Safe

Image showing the safe combination for the Courthouse Safe in The Last of Us Part II.

Of all the safes we’ve encountered up to this point so far, the Courthouse is the easiest one to get the combination for. All you need to do is run to the whiteboard that is in the room with the safe and jot down the numbers 860722. Input this number to open the safe and receive your bounty.

The Courthouse safe is just one of many safes you will encounter as you travel through The Last of Us Part II. Opening safes you find is a good way of getting very resources and rewards. Keep it locked to HTR for more safe guides.

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