Blair Witch Bunker Code: How to Unlock The Bunker and Turn On the Radio

Blair Witch Bunker Code: How to Unlock The Bunker and Turn On the Radio

Here’s the code for the bunker in Blair Witch.

Blair Witch features a handful of puzzles, and a few locked doors for good measure. The first locked door you come across will be on the door to a bunker. It’s possible to access this door, though doing so will take some work. In this Blair Witch Bunker Code Guide, we’ll give the combination for the padlock on the bunker door, so that you can access the secrets inside.

Blair Witch Bunker Lock Code

To open the bunker door, continue on past the entrance to the Sheriff’s car. Continue the game past the downed tree, and to the point where you need to go and meet the Sheriff at the White Tree. After this, you’ll head back to the car. Get inside and try to turn it on, it won’t start. Get out and lift the hood, then connect the wire to the battery. Get back in the car, and turn on the radio. You’re looking for a gameshow. After you’ve finished it, you’ll get the code, which is 2113. You’ll now be able to access the bunker.

Blair Witch Bunker Radio: What’s in the Bunker in Blair Witch?

So why are you trying to get into the bunker? What’s inside? Well, there’s some important story information to be found, though you’ll also need to power up a radio to hear it. We’ve detailed how below.

During the sawmill section of the game, you'll pick up a new 12v battery. You’ll need to complete the game, and then start anew. Reach the bunker again and you can use it to power the radio up.

Blair Witch Bunker Radio Secret Ending

The bunker presents a secret ending of sorts for Blair Witch. By turning on the radio you’ll learn more details about what happened to the boy you’re looking for, giving more context to the game as a result.

That’s all we have for unlocking the bunker in Blair Witch. If you’d like to see more details on the various endings, be sure to head over to our Blair Witch Endings Guide.

Jake Green

Guides Editor

Jake is a former freelance writer who now heads up guides for USG. He spends his days dreaming of an X-Files dating-sim and will play literally any game with monkeys in it. He has an unhealthy obsession with Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and would pretty much trade a kidney for Skate 4 at this point.

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