What should you do with Energy Converters in The Callisto Protocol?

You’ll find a number of items with ambiguous uses in The Callisto Protocol. One of them is energy converters. With inventory space being a valuable commodity, many people wonder if this item are worth keeping and what it can do. Fortunately, we’ve put together a guide that will walk you through everything you need to know about using Energy Converters in The Callisto Protocol.

The Callisto Protocol Energy Converters Explained

The majority of the scrap found throughout the Black Iron Prison has a single purpose: to be sold. Energy Converters should be treated similarly, earning you some money to put towards upgrades.

Even if it’s only for profit, adding scrap items like Energy Converters to your inventory is worth the effort. The higher the level of your equipment’s upgrade, the more currency you’ll need to spend. You’ll need as much money as possible to upgrade your equipment and survive.

When it comes to prioritizing them in your extremely limited inventory, we always recommend that you try to make room for them. Upgrade stations are scarce, but higher-level upgrades are prohibitively expensive. As a result, you’ll need to find a way to transport these components to the upgrade station. There is no way to farm a chapter or generate currency other than what is provided. It’s a risk versus reward game, but the rewards are critical for survival.

The Callisto Protocol is available now on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Windows PC and Play Station 4|5.

About The Callisto Protocol

The Callisto Protocol
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Developer(s) Striking Distance Studios
Publisher(s) Krafton
  • Glen Schofield
  • Scott Whitney
  • Jeremiah Graves
  • Matt Sherman
Designer(s) Ben Walker
  • Tom Schenk
  • Simon Clay
Artist(s) Demetrius Leal
Writer(s) R. Eric Lieb
Composer(s) Finishing Move Inc.
Engine Unreal Engine 4
  • PlayStation 4
  • PlayStation 5
  • Windows
  • Xbox One
  • Xbox Series X/S
Release December 2, 2022
Genre(s) Survival horror
Mode(s) Single-player