From the Borderlands to the Lands Between, you can’t trust anything, especially when it comes to the landscape and the treasures it hides, it’s true in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands too…
Merriam-Webster defines “wall” as “a means of access” or “a generally swinging or sliding barrier by which an entrance is closed and opened”. Wait, no, we’re back… That’s Elden Ring’s definition of “wall” – and as Mike Mahardy of Polygon pointed out, apparently the walls of Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands fit that description too.
Yes, Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, a spin-off of Gearbox’s acclaimed Borderlands shooter, contains the kind of architectural oddity explicitly designed to fool the player. It looks like a wall. But when you hit it, it dissolves and reveals a room, usually with some sort of loot.
There are a handful of easy directions. First, when you approach the false wall, you’ll see a prompt suggesting that you melee (curious, as there may not be anything around to melee). Second, if you look closely, you can see a wave of gold glistening through the stones. Third, if you stand in front of her without moving — which you never will in the hurricane of frenzy playing a video game — she’ll reveal herself to you for a few seconds.
Polygon reports that one of these walls is in the Tangledrift Murder Church area (an entire region that, as far as we know, is completely optional). Here’s the exact location of the hidden door on the map, if you’d like to see for yourself:
Behind the door you’ll find a Lucky Dice, a new form of chest for the Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands series. Hit the die and it will explode into a confetti of brightly colored equipment. The more dice you find in a particular region, the rarer the loot you will find in future dice in that region. It’s a fun option that encourages exploring the lush landscapes of Wonderlands. But putting dice behind false walls? It sucks!
Of course, the hidden doors in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands aren’t nearly as annoying as those in another game: Elden Ring. Some hidden doors even had secret health bars and had to be hit multiple times to give in. By comparison, Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is much quieter.
Source translation: Kotaku.com
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