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Content Warning: Where to Buy Items | List of All Items

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Content Warning: Where to Buy Items | List of All Items

Content Warning is the new co-op horror game with a unique gameplay style that requires players (up to 4) to submerge into the Old World and get footage of the creepy monsters and sounds to upload them later on Spooktube to go viral and make money. It is a fun experience but to get better at shooting videos of creepy monsters and surviving them for a longer period of time, you must learn where to get all the necessary items and what they do.

This guide will walk you through how you can purchase items and what each item does in Content Warning.

Where to Buy Items in Content Warning

As you get some scary videos from the Old World and you upload them to Spooktube, you will get thousands of views and Ad revenue which is basically your hard-earned money. To utilize your money, you must invest it in buying better equipment, gadgets, medical items, and emotes to get more views.

To buy the items in Content Warning, go to the Store Console located on the left side of the house. The console will offer several items under different categories. Here, you need to select an item from the category to add it to the Cart and then press the “Order” option at the bottom right of the console to confirm the purchase.

Now, wait for a few moments and the drone will come and drop the box on the ground with your requested order.

All Items Available in Content Warning

As mentioned earlier, the store console has various categories in which several items are listed that you can purchase. Each item has a unique use which can help you in your survival and recording in the Old World. There are 28 items for now in Content Warning and you can see the price and description of every item below.

Lights

The Lights category contains different variants of flashlights and a flare that can be used as a signal for your party members.

  • Old Flashlight – $20: Basic variant of Flashlight.
  • Flare – $40: Use to signal the party members or light up a surrounding area.
  • Modern Flashlight – $150: Better than Old Flashlight has a slightly increased battery.
  • Long Flashlight – $200: Has a greater range of light than basic and modern flashlight. It helps spot the enemies from a distance.
  • Modern Flashlight Pro – $500: Has a greater range of light and an increased battery.
  • Long Flashlight Pro – $600: Has the highest range of light and the most battery.

Medical

The medical section contains only two items which are used for healing and reviving teammates.

  • Hugger – $100: Use to heal by hugging your teammates/friends.
  • Defibrillator – $300: Use to revive the fallen teammates.

Gadgets

The gadgets are probably the most essential items in the game as they allow you to gain more views and Ad revenue.

  • Boom Mic – $100: Use to capture audio of anything you point the camera at which will help you gain more views.
  • Clapper – $100: Use to make clapping sounds. Also helps in getting more views.
  • Goo Ball – $150: Use to slow the enemies down to get more footage of them.
  • Shock Stick – $400: Use it on the enemies to defend yourself.

Emotes

There are two sections of Emotes in the store and each of them offers several emote styles that you can use alone or with your friends to get funny reactions and ultimately more views.

  • Applause – $400
  • Confused – $400
  • Workout 1 – $400
  • Dance 103 – $400
  • Dance 102 – $400
  • Dance 101 – $400
  • Backflip p1 – $400
  • Gymnastics – $400
  • Caring – $400
  • Ancient Gestures 3 – $400
  • Ancient Gestures 2 – $400
  • Yoga – $400
  • Workout 2 – $400
  • Thumbnail 1 – $400
  • Thumbnail 2 – $400
  • Ancient Gestures 1 – $400

Music

Currently, the music section does not have any items to offer at the store. There is a possibility that the Devs might add some music content in the future updates that will help players get even more views on Spooktube to earn more money.

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