How does Radar Booster work in Lethal Company Explained

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Lethal Company is poised to become the next big spooky game to take over the gaming world. It’s easy to see why – the cooperative horror game is a blast. Throughout the game, you’re going to buy tools, and one of these is the Radar Booster.

Read on to find out how the Radar Booster works and how it’s used.

What does the Radar Booster do in Lethal Company?

Lethal Company tasks you and up to three other friends to find loot on abandoned planets and sell them back to your boss. This is all fine and dandy until the monsters come out to play, and they’re horrifying. You’re going to want to know how to navigate. Most of the planets offer a rather complex system of walkways and doors, so it will always be handy to remember how to get back to your destination, and this is where the Radar Booster comes in. Players will be able to deploy it at the beginning of a confusing planet segment, and the person back on the ship observing the Radar will be able to switch POVs until they see this camera.

It’s vital for someone to stay back on the ship so that they can alert allies when enemies are coming and call out loot locations on the map. With the Radar Booster, you will have another way to find your way back to safety.

You’ll also be able to ping a particular player’s name on the console terminal at the ship. This will play a voice line, echoing out to the lost players pointing them in the direction they need to go.

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The Radar Booster isn’t going to cost players much either, as it’ll only run players around 50 credits, so one good paycheck is all it’s going to take to buy it. Do it early. Thank yourself (and me) later.

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Nick Farrell
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