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Lethal Company: How to Get & Use the Inverse Teleporter

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Lethal Company: Get and Use Inverse Teleporter

The Inverse Teleporter is one of the Ship’s Upgrades that players can use to teleport to a random location inside the moon’s facility. It helps players save the time of running to the facility but as it teleports to a random location, players can also find themselves in a dangerous situation such as surrounded by traps or monsters but also near the room full of goodies.

In this guide, we’ll go over how to get and use the inverse teleporter in Lethal Company.

How to Get the Inverse Teleporter in Lethal Company

The Inverse Teleporter can be bought from the Store for 425 Credits in Lethal Company. To buy the Inverse Teleporter, follow the following steps.

  • Interact with the terminal on the ship.
  • Type the ‘Store’ command to view all the Ship’s Upgrades.
  • Type the ‘Buy Inverse Teleporter’ or ‘Inverse Teleporter’ command and then type the ‘Confirm’ to place the order.

Once the order has been confirmed, the inverse teleporter will be installed instantly and a new yellow button will be placed beside the monitor screen in the ship. This teleporter and the button to use it are different from the Teleporter so, make sure to keep in mind which button activates which teleporter.

How to Use the Inverse Teleporter in Lethal Company

After purchasing the Inverse Teleporter, the teleporter machine will be placed inside the ship that players can activate by pressing the Yellow Button near the monitor screen. Go near the yellow button and press the E Button to activate the teleporter and then stand inside the teleporter to teleport to a random location inside the facility.

However, only one player can teleport at a time and the cooldown for teleporting through the inverse teleporter is 210 seconds/3 and a half minutes. Every player who teleports through the inverse teleporter will be randomly teleported and they will have no clue of the area. It is best to leave one person on the ship who monitors all the other players and if you are playing alone then you can only hope to get to a good location upon teleportation. 

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