Psychonauts 2 Emotional Baggage | How to Get
While crawling through brains in Psychonauts 2, it’s important to understand what aspects of the mind need fixing. Your worlds are covered in collectables, and acquiring them all will be necessary for evolving your mind. So, emotional baggage is fairly important, then! These luggage items are found sobbing all over the map; sometimes they’ll be hidden, other times they’ll be wide open. No matter what, you’ll want to gather them if you want to become a great Psychonaut! So, what can you do to acquire these sad suitcases?
How to Get Emotional Baggage in Psychonauts 2
To gather emotional baggage in Psychonauts 2, you must find the tag that corresponds with the luggage. That means a suitcase tag will only work for the crying suitcase, the purse with the purse, etc. Then, you must bring the tag to the item and interact with it in order to match the luggage. It’s important to note that not all baggage will be able to be acquired instantly, and you may need to come back for them!
Emotional Baggage is one of the ways for Razputin to rank up over the course of their becoming a brand new Psychonaut. Attaining five of these will get your a Rank, which gets you new unlocks and upgrade points.
That being said, don’t worry if you miss the luggage on your first playthrough! A lot of these pieces are hidden behind new abilities, and you must come back to the mind after you get new upgrades. Progressing the story might unlock more pathways within these minds, so don’t worry about missing something the first time through!
In addition, if you’re having trouble locating specific pieces of luggage, waiting is not the worst idea in the world. Eventually, Razputin will gain access to abilities and pins that are designed to help you locate the last few items in a world. So, if you just can’t find the last item, there are ways to gather them in the future!
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Jason Toro-McCue has committed his schooling to the study of the connection between game design and narrative. When he's not working on this bond through writing articles or guides, he's playing Dungeons & Dragons, or just playing games themselves and looking at the story there.