Psychonauts 2 Emotional Baggage

Psychonauts 2 Emotional Baggage is a collectible that you can find scattered around each level of the game. They are kinda hard to find, and you also need to find the appropriate tag for each of them. It requires a little work is what I’m saying. As a result, people want to know what does Emotional Baggage unlock in Psychonauts 2; as in, are they worth the effort. Well. that’s exactly what we’ll be showing you in this guide.

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Psychonauts 2 Emotional Baggage

What Does Emotional Baggage Unlock in Psychonauts 2

In Psychonauts 2, Emotional Baggage collectibles unlock a new intern rank if you manage to find all of them in a given level. Raising your rank grants you intern credits, which you can use to upgrade your levitation, pyrokinesis, and other psychokinetic abilities. There are five different types of emotional baggage that can appear in any given level; however, it bears mentioning that not all levels include all five versions of Baggage. So, yeah, long story short, these collectibles earn you points that you spend on making your Razputin stronger. So, they’re absolutely worth trying to find and match with their appropriate tag.

A little bit more on that. To collect Emotional Baggage, you have to find the corresponding tag. They match in color, and whenever you pick a tag up, Raz will tell you which box it goes with. Both the baggage and the tags can appear out in the open, but they can also be behind hard-to-reach corners and on weird ledges. Fortunately, the game helps you find Psychonauts 2 Emotional Baggage with audio cues. Specifically, you can hear them crying, and you can use that to get a general idea of where they are. It’s not too hard, especially after you really wrap your head around how the game thinks.

So, that’s about all you need to know when it comes to what the Emotional Baggage collectibles unlock. Psychonauts 2 came out on August 25th, and you can play it on PC, Linux, macOS, Xbox One and Series S/X, and PlayStation 4 and 5. If the reviewers are to be believed, and if it’s as good as the original, you should absolutely pick up a copy of your own.

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