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All items in Content Warning explained

What items should you buy?

If you want to get the most Spooktube views and make the most money from ad revenue in the new cooperative horror game Content Warning, then you’ll need to purchase equipment to improve your videos.

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Just like in Lethal Company, however, it can be hard to tell what exactly a certain item is used for. When basic utilities like flashlights are as expensive as they are, it’s hard to find the courage to blow $100 on something silly like the Hugger. What do the items in Content Warning actually do, and which ones are worth the money?

What Does Each Item Do in Content Warning?

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There aren’t too many complicated items in Content Warning, and you can tell what most of them do at first glance. Everything in the Lights category is just a different version of a flashlight, for example, and they get brighter as they get more expensive.

Medical

The Medical tab has two important items: the Hugger and the Defibrillator. The Hugger is the only way to heal in Content Warning, allowing you to hug your friends to top off their HP. The healing is slow so you’ll need to find a safe spot to refill your HP, but the Hugger can be used an unlimited amount of times as long as you don’t drop or lose it. Plus, you can even pass it back and forth between your squadmates so everyone can heal up.

The Defibrillator, as you might expect, allows you to revive fallen teammates if they have an unlucky encounter with a monster. Make sure to get footage of their corpse for extra views, though.

Gadgets

In the Gadgets section, you’ll find tools that will improve your videos and help you get more views. The Boom Mic will amplify the audio of anything that you point it at, getting you more overall views. The Clapper lets you make a funny clapping sound that will drive your friends crazy. It also gets you more views if it’s in your video.

The Goo Ball is a sticky grenade you can throw to slow down monsters, perfect for capturing some stable, steady footage. It’s a single-use item, though, so aim your throw carefully. If you need a stronger defense, the Shock Stick is a melee weapon that defends you from creatures.

Added in the April 3rd update, the Reporter Mic is a cheaper alternative to the Boom Mic. Instead of having someone point a Boom Mic at the person on camera, they can just hold the Reporter Mic themselves. On top of that, the Sound Player is another new addition that lets you play music tracks and sound effects while recording footage to earn even more views.

Emotes

The two Emote tabs are self-explanatory. Purchasing emotes will let you dance and do backflips, among other things. Performing an emote on camera should get you more views, but we’re not too sure about this one yet. Either way, it’s funny. Buy them if you have any spare cash. Emotes are permanently unlocked once you buy them, too.

Misc

The Misc tab is home to some fun toys that don’t do much, but they make for some great moments on camera. At the moment, the only thing in the Misc section is the $5 Party Popper. This doesn’t do anything except launch confetti. They’re dirt cheap though, so don’t be afraid to buy a few of them.


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Currently serving as a Senior Staff Writer at PC Invasion, Diego Perez has been writing about video games since 2018, specializing in live service games like Destiny and Final Fantasy XIV. His work is featured at publications like Game Rant and Attack of the Fanboy (where he served as Associate Editor), but PC Invasion is home to his best work. When he's planning content or writing guides, he's yelling about Ape Escape or grinding Lost Sectors in Destiny. Plus, he has a Bachelor of Science in Telecommunication Media Studies for Texas A&M University.