Payday 3: How to Open the Vault Vault in Dirty Ice

If you take all the jewelry from the Ashton Fine store in the “Dirty Ice” heist, you’ll get some decent loot in “Payday 3.” But one of the most valuable items is locked behind a vault door and requires at least two people to get inside.

If you do this online in a team it will be much easier to jump in, but if you are playing alone you may need to be much more careful when implementing this plan. Here’s what you need to know about how to open the vault for the Dirty Ice Heist in Payday 3.

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Opening the safe in Dirty Ice

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To get into the vault in Dirty Ice, you need another person and a security card. If you look to the side of the safe you will see what color card you need and in this case it is red. I found the red security card down in the basement of the jewelry store. You can get to the basement by finding the door code somewhere nearby. Here you can also deactivate security for the shop.

Once you have the code, you will need a second person to help you open the door. According to an email found in the manager’s office, the IDE security department has advised that the vault requires two people to enter at the same time and that all employees have access.

Screenshot from Gamepur

There is a Red button on the desk the manager’s office and this is one of the door openers to the safe. You have to take a store employee hostage. Either let them follow you into the room or use them as a shield to move them. Once they’re in the manager’s room, Push it towards the red button on the desk. Then they should do it Press the buttonas soon as this happens Run to the vault door and scan your card with the card reader. If you do it right, the door will open to reveal a display case containing a rare item.

Screenshot from Gamepur

Curtis Crabtree

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