Borderlands 3 Meridian Outskirts Typhon Logs Locations

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Gaming Borderlands 3 Meridian Outskirts Typhon Logs Locations

There are 3 Typhon Logs which can be collected in Meridian Outskirts in Borderlands 3. Collecting all 3 logs will grant access to a Dead Drop Cache where you will receive some loot such as weapons, shields and grenades.

Completing these challenges is also one of the best ways to earn Eridium. Eridium is an in-game currency which can be used to purchase cosmetic items from Crazy Earl.

Below, we’ve put together a quick guide for finding the Typhon Logs in Meridian Outskirts. For more Borderlands 3 Guides & Best-of content for PS4, PC and Xbox One, make sure to check out our dedicated area here

Typhon Log Locations

Below is a map showing the locations of all 3 Typhon Logs in Meridian Outskirts. They can be found inside of the red circles. Your in-game map and the image below may differ slightly, as the map rotates depending on your in-game orientation.

Once you are close enough to a Typhon Log, it will receive a minimap icon. Which should hopefully make them easier to find in your area.

Two of these logs can be found on ground level and are really easy to spot. However one is on a bridge in the air which you will need to go up an elevator to get to.

The Typhon Log here can’t actually be accessed by a path. Once you get off the elevator, go right up the staircase, then jump down off the roof to land on a small platform. The image below shows this Log and give you a rough idea of where to look.

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Typhon Log in Meridian Outskirts

Once you have all 3 Typhon Logs, you can open up the Dead Drop Cache in Meridian Outskirts. This is a mini-puzzle in itself. You will need to call the elevator to go down, then to come back up. As it comes up, jump on top and you will taken to a secret room.

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