What should you do with Energy Converters in The Callisto Protocol

Are they worth the inventory space?

Throughout players' trip in and around Black Iron Prison in The Callisto Protocol, they will find items like Energy Converters. With inventory space being a precious commodity, it leaves most wondering if these items are worth holding on to and what they actually do. Everything has a place and purpose in The Callisto Protocol, so let us help you find the spot for these gadgets and gizmos.

Are the spare parts in The Callisto Protocol used for anything?

The long and short of every piece of scrap found throughout The Callisto Protocol is to sell it. The currency for upgrading weapons and the GRP is in short supply, so selling the Energy Converters, Pristine CPUs, etc., is the only way to afford some of the pricier upgrades. And no matter the status on a New Game+ or chapter select, it's best to cash in and get those upgrades as you need them. The Callisto Protocol only gets harder the further you get into it. You'll need all the help you can get.

Related: Can you upgrade your inventory in The Callisto Protocol?

As for prioritizing them in your very limited inventory, we will always advise you to try and make space for them. Upgrade stations are few and far between, but higher-level upgrades are extremely expensive. As such, you'll need to find a way to get these parts to the upgrade station. There's no way to farm a chapter or generate currency aside from what's given to you. It's definitely a game of risk versus reward, but those rewards are critical for survival.

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