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Submitted by smikey1123 1229d ago | article

Borderlands 2: Learn How to Use Your Golden Keys Over and Over

What’s up everyone? Coward Duck here with a awesome little trick to make Vault Hunting a little easier. Borderlands 2 is still hot even two weeks after release. The challenges of Pandora are tougher than ever before, and if you want to get through it you’re going to need some powerful guns. Gearbox has been nice to help you out some, including handing out codes for Golden Keys all last week. The Keys are nice since they guarantee a powerful rare weapon each time you use them on the Golden Chest. Sadly, the keys are few. Use it once and it’s gone, and that goes for all your other other characters. And its a shame, it sure would make the game easier if some genius figured out how to use those keys infinitely. (Borderlands 2, PS3)

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