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Escape the Backrooms Elevator Code

In Escape the Backrooms, you can explore multiple backroom levels based on the lore.

Each level has different ways to escape and dangerous entities along the way.

The game has realistic graphics, a creepy ambiance, and minimal user interfaces.

You can explore the backrooms with a team of up to 4 players but may no-clip into other areas of the map.

There are over 15 unique levels with consistent content updates.

Use the proximity voice chat to talk with your teammates but entities can also hear you.

There are 10 dangerous entities in the game with their own mechanics.

In this guide, you’ll learn the Escape the Backrooms elevator or lift code on level 1 floor 1.

Escape the Backrooms elevator code

The Escape the Backrooms elevator code is based on the colors of the cars in the garage.

On the level, you need to open a garage door where you’ll see 4 cars.

The 4 cars have 4 different colors—red, green, blue, and yellow/orange.

You need to remember the colors of the car from left to right and up to down and enter the code into the keypad.

Here’s how to do this (expand the screenshots above):

  1. Open a garage door and go inside the garage.
  2. Remember the colors of the cars from left to right and up to down.
  3. Enter the elevator code (e.g. red, red, yellow, blue).

Do note that the elevator code is different for every game.

Hence, if you restart the game, you need to go back to the garage and remember the colors of the cars.

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