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How To Remove Mask In Metro Exodus

How To Remove Mask In Metro Exodus
Want to take off your gas mask in Metro Exodus? It has a lot of benefits and in this guide we’ll tell you How To Remove Mask In Metro Exodus. There are many threats and dangers in the world of Metro Exodus, one of the deadliest is the high levels of radiation in outdoor areas. Your mask protects you from this, but it’s effects are not limitless.

Like previous games in the Metro franchise, Metro Exodus features a war-torn world of survivors struggling to stay alive. The surface is almost entirely uninhabitable in the main cities, due to various beasts and mutants, as well as high levels of radiation.

How To Remove Mask In Metro Exodus

[line style=’solid’ top=’10’ bottom=’10’ width=’100%’ height=’1′ color=’blue’] Your gas mask prevents radiation from entering your body, although it does have its limitations. When wearing your mask you will use up valuable filters that must be replaced at regular intervals. If you run out of filters, the mask becomes entirely useless and you won’t survive much longer on the surface. In order to save your filters as much as possible, it is always a good idea to remove your mask when indoors or when not in radiated areas.

Removing your mask is simple. You hold the same button required to change your filter. On Xbox One and PlayStation 4, you hold Down on the directional pad. This will remove your gas mask so you can save filters. This is also the same way you put your mask on, holding down.

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