How to get and use the radar booster in Lethal Company

The Radar Amplifier is a unique item that can help you in a unique way if you place it correctly. Luckily, I’ve created this guide to explain how to get and use the Radar Amplifier in Lethal Company.

How to get the radar booster in Lethal Company

You can get the radar booster by spending 50 credits on the store menu page in the terminal. To purchase Radar Booster, enter Radar Booster and confirm. You also don’t need to visit the store page and can buy the booster by entering it directly into the terminal console.

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How to use the radar booster in Lethal Company

You can use the radar booster to ping and play a sound to help whoever is looking for prey find specific locations. To use the radar booster, press the left mouse button to turn it on and then the G key to place it. I recommend leaving the radar booster near main entrances or emergency exit in Lethal Company. Once placed, someone watching the monitor can ping the radar amplifier to play a sound that allows players to locate entrances. Write that Ping command into the terminal for the radar amplifier to play its sound. You must enter Ping while looking at a player for the command to work in Lethal Company.

Is the radar booster in Lethal Company worth it?

The Radar Booster is an excellent and worthwhile alternative to the boombox because the battery does not need to be charged. We also recommend using it to quickly find main entrances so you can quickly accumulate scrap to sell in Lethal Company.

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Dustin Huang

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