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How To Get Clearance Level 4 In Control

How To Get Clearance Level 4 In Control
Clearance Levels allows access to high security areas in Control. This guide tells you How To Get Clearance Level 4 In Control as you progress through the game following the main story and completing missions for the different characters you encounter.

There’s always a concern with mechanics like this, will I miss it? Can I get it if I do? Luckily however, much like the past three levels of Clearance in Control, you cannot miss the Clearance Level 4. It is tied directly to the main story, so if you keep progressing, you will eventually unlock it, guaranteed.

How To Get Clearance Level 4 In Control

Clearance Level 4 is available after you complete Mission 4, the Old Boys’ Club. At the end of this mission you must solve a puzzle, then you speak with someone once it is solved. During the conversation she tells you your next objective and informs you that you will need higher level clearance. She then proceeds to give you Clearance Level 4 access.

Clearance Level 5 is another you can’t miss, near the end of Mission 5.

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