The Outer Worlds Mind Control Ray Location - Prima Games

The Outer Worlds Mind Control Ray Location

by Nicholas Barth

There is no doubt that The Outer Worlds has plenty of exciting weapons for players to use in whatever way they would like on their adventures through space. Some of the most exciting and compelling guns players can find in The Outer Worlds are the science weapons, which are all of a unique nature. Unfortunately, you need to know the exact location of these science weapons to acquire them. One of these science weapons is known as the Mind Control Ray, and we have the location of this weapon covered for you right below. 

The Outer Worlds Mind Control Ray Location

Players will come across the location of the Mind Control Ray in The Outer Worlds by heading to the location of Monarch. Individuals will then need to visit the character of Duncan in the Fallbrook Dry Goods and Supplies store. Duncan will sell you an item known as a SubLight datapad. This SubLight datapad will have the location of the Mind Control Ray in The Outer Worlds for you to follow. 

The Outer Worlds Mind Control Ray Location

You will be directed to head to an abandoned lab in the Cascadia area. The Outer Worlds Mind Control Ray will then be found near the terminal you utilize in the Space-Crime Continuum side mission for the character of Lilya Hagen. Turn left from the terminal and jump onto the platform. Make a jump to the platform to your right and climb the ladders you come across. This series of events will ultimately deliver you straight to the Mind Control Ray.

This science weapon uses plasma damage and can transform enemies into allies. 

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Nicholas Barth

Guides Writer Nicholas enjoys helping fellow members of the video game community learn more about their favorite games. First-person shooters and Battle Royale games are what you can usually find Nicholas playing when he isn't writing. We will congratulate you if you can find a bigger Call of Duty fan than Nicholas, who has been playing since he got Call of Duty 2 with his first Xbox 360. [email protected]