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Lock pick in Skyrim Remastered.

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So the first time I played skyrim was on PC. So now I got a remastered version on my ps4 and I am seriously struggling with lock picking using my controller. anyone can offer any tips or something. th… Read More
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7m, 4w agoPosted 7 months, 4 weeks ago
So the first time I played skyrim was on PC. So now I got a remastered version on my ps4 and I am seriously struggling with lock picking using my controller. anyone can offer any tips or something. thanks.
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7m, 4w agoPosted 7 months, 4 weeks ago
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Use the analogs, rotating, if the pick is shaking, ease off a bit or go other direction
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do the thiefs guild mission you get unbreakable lockpick
#3
One analogue rotates, one applies pressure.

The closer you are to where you need to be the more the lock will turn.

To get the most out of your picks; turn the pick, only apply pressure long enough to see how far the lock turns, eventually you will get to where you can flick the stick just long enough to judge very quickly how close to the unlock position you are. You may not even have to push the stick all the way to the side, a soft slow half push willl turn the tumbler aswell but slowly. Also dont neglect your lock picking skill tree, even if you aren't going to put tonnes of points in it, one or two make a big difference.

Also if you want to practice (assuming they havent patched this out, so check first) just save by a pickable lock, practice till you run out of picks or unlock the lock, reload your save and go again.
I always end up with the lockpick counter topped out at 99 in Bethesda games.

Edited By: catbeans on Nov 26, 2016 13:02

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