In fact, In Sound Mind is so patient with its scares that it’s hard to classify it as a horror game at all. It’s got all the trappings, but this is more a game of psychological paranoia. Think The Shining more than Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Alan Wake over Resident Evil.
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While we are progressing we are going to find many contaminated puddles, so we can overcome by the toxic that they become, but you can notice a gas mask that can be useful in this case, so we must find a way to How to get the gas mask and in this guide we can see the details about it.
How to get the gas mask in In Sound Mind
Unfortunately, the gas mask won’t be within reach for around two to three hours. For starters, you’ll need to complete Virginia’s tape, which is the first major playable chapter exploring the psyche of what will be multiple patients from Desmond’s past. This tape and its associated reward are unmissable.
At the end we have a fragment that will be part of our inventory, we have to use the elevator that takes us to the basement, to the left there will be a tape to cut, here we can climb a barrel at the top of the steps to get to the vent, with the glass fragment this we can break it reaching the room through the ventilation duct.
This next room presents a miniature platform challenge in which you must keep yourself from touching the toxic sludge-infused floor. Get to the end and you’ll find the gas mask resting at the familiar table. From here on out, you can equip the mask using the same trigger you use to aim your handgun or peer into the glass shard.
Where we must avoid touching the ground infected with toxic sludge, when we reach the end we will have the gas mask on a table, with the use of the trigger we will To be able to equip it, we must take into account the need for another exit, because the ventilation duct is too high to jump it, the door does nothing, which will lead us to destroy a vent that we have near the level door with crystal, with this mask we can go to many optional places avoiding toxicity.