How to use the flashlight in Evil Dead: The Game

The flashlight is a key element in Evil Dead: The Game that can be used in the wrong way. Maybe you’re leaving the lights on for too long or completely forgetting that it’s a feature in the game. How to properly use the flashlight in Evil Dead: The Game.

Best flashlight strategies in Evil Dead: The Game

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In Evil Dead: The Game you will witness many dark areas while trying to find resources. Many houses will be derelict without any lighting. In these situations, you should use your flashlight. Activate it by pressing the left D-Pad button on your controller. It will then emit a light source that moves with your character in the dark of night.

Be careful though as the flashlight only lasts for a certain amount of time. Make sure to turn off the flashlight when you can see clearly ahead by pressing the left D-Pad button again. Only use it sparingly at key moments in the game, because once it’s empty you won’t be able to recharge it. It’s not like the popular Outlast horror games where you can use batteries to refill the flashlight’s energy.

Flashlights are best used inside buildings, as that’s usually where the best loot in each round of Evil Dead: The Game is found. You can find legendary weapons simply by turning on a light and revealing it in the darkness. It can also help you spot vital Shemp’s Cola bottles that can heal you. Or the flashlight can show a matchbox that can be used to create a fire and reduce your anxiety.

If you run out of power for your flashlight, try to stick with your party members. You could even be polite and ask if they could shed light on a specific path for you. It’s best to stay with teammates anyway, since your fear will rise more slowly if you’re acting together in the same proximity. How to use the flashlight in Evil Dead: The Game

Curtis Crabtree

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