How to Find the Safe Room in Moore’s Apartment in Vampire: The Masquerade – Swansong

Vampire: The Masquerade - Swansong safe room

A mission in Vampire: The Masquerade – Swansong will have you trying to find a safe room. But where is it? Let us help.

When you first find yourself in charge of Galeb, you’re tasked with visiting the apartment of a man called Moore. It’s a very fancy apartment, but something terrible has happened: a murder.

But everything is not as it seems. And as you sniff around, you’ll find mention of a safe room. Does that mean Moore has a safe room hidden in his apartment? Yes, he does in deed. And it’s really well hidden. But don’t worry: here’s how to find the safe room in Moore’s Apartment in Vampire: The Masquerade – Swansong.

Ultimately, there are several clues that point to the safe room. And if you’ve opened the safe, you’ll have seen an installation document, confirming its existence. All that is left is to find it.

The biggest clue is written down in a diary you’ll find in the living room. It says: “Call Pura Vida in case of emergency”.

You’ll have seen the name Pura Vida before: it’s the name of a holiday home in Costa Rica that Moore’s wife is working on. There was a blueprint for it in her office. But we don’t have a phone number for it.

Thankfully, we don’t need one. Head to Moore’s bedroom and go into the en-suite bathroom. That bathroom mirror? It’s a smart mirror. Interacting with it will give you the option to bring up a telephone interface. It’s here you can call Pura Vida. Press the buttons that correspond with PURA VIDA according to the number pad’s lettering.

The number you need to call is 7872 8432.

And that’s it: the safe room in Moore’s Apartment in Vampire The Masquerade – Swansong will open. Be sure you’ve done everything you want to in the house before entering, though, because doing so marks the end of the level.

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