My friend and i finished True vault hunter mode and is ATM lvl 52 on Ultimate vault hunter, but in my solo game i've only just started TVHM. Is there a way to skip to UVHM? Open for everything.

  • Pretty sure the only way is to beat the final boss, so if you want to skip through it quickly you could try getting your friend (and his highly-leveled character) to play with you and race through the story mode.
    – Adam V
    Commented May 21, 2018 at 15:26
  • Alternately, I'm pretty sure (at least for PC) there's a save-game editor somewhere, but it's been a year or two since I've played so I'm not sure where I'd find it. Keep in mind that using it would rob you of the EXP you'd have gained along the way, though.
    – Adam V
    Commented May 21, 2018 at 15:30
  • Thank you, ill try to look into the save-game editor. Cant be bothered to play through the whole game being 20 lvl ahead:)
    – yeeet
    Commented May 22, 2018 at 11:40

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If you're any less than level 50, the easiest thing to do is probably to just play through TVHM's main storyline. Ignore every side quest. You'll be so overleveled for the content that you should blow through, especially if you have weapons at your level. Plus, as soon as you get to UVHM, everything will be level 50 minimum, and if you're not at 50 yourself yet, you'll be in instant trouble - every enemy will soak tons of bullets and feel like its own mini-quest to kill.

If you're at 50, and don't have weapons at or very close to that level, find some before you tackle UVHM. Anything at even 49 or less will start to have trouble. (The higher the rarity, the longer it'll last, and some weapons will survive especially long, such as a DPUH.) Buy greens from a vending machine if you must.

If you're 50 and have leveled weapons, then a save editor might work, but I'm not sure. I found an editor on NexusMods. I can't tell from the screenshots whether there's any info there on which game mode you've unlocked, but if it's anywhere, it seems to be in that editor's Raw tab. Hope you're comfortable with Regedit.

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