Dodge Codes – New Codes, January 2!

by Ana Lopez

Looking for a boost in Evade? Well, you’re in the right place. This guide contains the latest news Code dodging for in-game goodies all in one list. When a new one is added or a code expires, we’ll update it here. Be sure to check back from time to time to make sure you know exactly what you can get.

Evade is a Roblox horror experience, based on the beloved Garry’s Mod game ‘Nextbot Chase’. You are unleashed into environments and given tasks to complete, but you must keep an eye on things. The Nextbots roam the map, looking for players. You can’t fight them, but you may be able to stay out of their clutches long enough to win the round.

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Code dodging

Last checked for new codes on 2nd January.

  • HolidayUpdateFix (New!)
  • HolidayUpdateFixEXP (New!)
  • 1bill – Free cosmetics
  • therealdeal – Free Twitter Badge Reward

Frequently asked questions about code avoidance

What are Codes?

Codes are a virtual form of free gifts given out by game developers and publishers as a way to reward you for participating in their community or to mark certain major events. This is usually a codeword or set of characters that you must enter into the game.
Some are in-game money, some can be items, and some are cosmetics. Most importantly, they’re free and easy to get, so there’s no reason not to get your hands on them. However, keep in mind that many are time-limited and will expire after a short period of time.

How do I redeem these codes?

Redeeming your codes is easy. Just follow these steps to get your freebies:

  1. Launch Roblox and launch Evade.
  2. Tap the Twitter icon.
  3. Copy a code from above.
  4. Stick it in the field.
  5. Click ‘Redeem’ to get your free stuff!

Why is my code not working?

There are a number of reasons why your code may not work when you try to redeem it, but here are the two most likely ones:

  1. The code has expired
  2. You’ve already cashed it

The vast majority of codes that developers give out have an expiration date, and they don’t often reveal when this is. We do our best to keep this list up to date with only new codes by checking them regularly, but occasionally we don’t see that a code has expired.

It’s worth paying close attention to which codes you’ve redeemed as well, as in most cases you can only redeem them once per account.

Where can I get more evasion codes?

We try to keep this guide updated with valid codes so you can bookmark this page and check back regularly for updates. You can also follow the developers official Twitter account for updates or to become a member their disagreement.


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