Alan Wake 2: Wellness Center Computer Password Solution

Finding this password is making me feel like this is an Unwellness Center.

Alan Wake 2 Wellness Center Computer
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As you progress through Alan Wake 2, you’re bound to find a ton of puzzles designed to stump you, though with easy solutions, once you know what to look for. Here’s the solution for the Wellness Center computer password in Alan Wake 2.

How to Get the Wellness Center Computer Password in Alan Wake 2

The Wellness Center computer appears during one of the middle chapters in Saga’s story, Old Gods. As you’re exploring the Valhalla Nursing Home and attempting to speak with both Tor and Odin, you’ll come across a door that’s electronically locked. A computer can unlock the door, but it requires a six-digit password to be unlocked.

As for how you unlock that computer, some clues around the room can help. In the same room as the computer, you’ll find a calendar on the wall that features circled dates along with phases of the Moon. Most of the circled dates can be safely ignored, excluding the circled date of August 17. However, this isn’t enough to understand the code.

Using some additional clues around the room, you’ll learn that this date has to do with the password, along with that Mr. Blum used European style when writing out dates. If you were to write out that date, you’d get 17/08/23. Seeing as that is conveniently six digits, you’ll want to put the code 170823 into the PC.

This will unlock it, allowing you to deactivate the security and get to where Tor ran off to. From here, you’re safe to proceed through the door and figure out what exactly is happening with Tor alongside some of the other residents of Valhalla.

Alan Wake 2 is available on PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S. If you’re looking for more help completing the game, check out our guide on how to upgrade weapons in Alan Wake 2.

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