How to Enable Wall Clipping on "Borderlands"

by T.M. Wit ; Updated September 22, 2017

If you own the PC version of the game, “Borderlands,” you can enable the developer’s console and toggle on wall clipping. Wall clipping will allow you to fly through walls and other obstacles in any level. The developer’s console is only available in the PC version of the game, as you must edit a default file to enable it. This cheat will only work in single-player mode and will not work in an online multiplayer server.

Open your Default input file located in your “Borderlands” directory with Notepad.

Scroll down until you see the “ConsoleKey=None” command.

Change the command to “ConsoleKey=tilde” then click “File” then “Save.” Close Notepad.

Open “Borderlands,” then load a single-player game.

Press “~” to open the developer’s console.

Type “dbm_toggleghost” then press “Enter.” This will enable wall clipping and allow you to fly through walls and discover the secrets in any level.

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T.M. Wit was born and raised in Cleveland Ohio. He has advanced studies in mathematics, probability, business and economics. When he's not freelance writing he enjoys golfing, bowling and poker. He has worked in information systems in Asia and the United States.

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