Lost Judgment

What is the Lost Judgement Gambling Hall Access Code?

What is Lost Judgement Gambling Hall Access Code

There are a number of ways you can make some cash in Lost Judgement. One of the risks high and win high methods is gambling. The game gives you access to a range of gambling games given you make it to the Gambling Hall, which is locked behind a code. You need to find the code for the door and then make your way in. The Gambling Hall is right next to Romance St. or the E Central St. It is marked on the map with a controller icon. Keep reading and we will share how to get the code for the door and get into the Gambling Hall.

Lost Judgement Gambling Hall Access Code

While finding the Gambling Hall is the easy bit, getting in can be a pain if you don’t have the code for the door. TO get to the spot and try your luck, go to the end of Romance street and the place is in the back ally. There are some stairs you need to climb and then you come upon the doors.

Gambling Hall Map
Gambling Hall Map

If you want to find out the code yourself, you need to go to the Fukutoku Park and overhear a conversation of an NPC. The NPC will say, “Press 2 to the left, 2 up, 1 to the right, then down 3 times, Got that?” He will also hint that the last number is 0. And this is the clue to find the code.

Here is how to solve the Gambling Hall Access Code clue:

  1. Work on the code in reverse
  2. You have zero as the last number
  3. Go up three times – you have the number 2
  4. One to the left – you have the number 1
  5. Two down – you have the number 7
  6. So, the Lost Judgement Gambling Hall Access Code is 7120.

As we are working in reverse, you just need to reverse what the NPC hinted – down becomes up, right becomes left, and up becomes down.

Lost Judgement Gambling Hall Access Code
Lost Judgement Gambling Hall Access Code

So, now that you have the code for the door, you can head there enter the code and the Gambling Hall will be open to you.

Tim Blisz
I am an avid gamer who loves to write about games. I started gaming with a copy of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. Since then, I have fallen in love with games with a particular inclination towards Call of Duty titles.

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