In The Callisto Protocol, you play Jacob Lee, an inmate at Black Iron Prison on the moon Callisto. This game was developed and published by Striking Distance Studios. Player-controlled Jake is controlled through holograms projected from the player’s perspective, but all gameplay information is displayed through holograms projected from the player’s perspective.
Players will encounter various enemies in The Callisto Protocol throughout the game who have the annoying tendency to evolve into even more dangerous forms. These transformations are indicated by their slimy tentacles. The creatures will grow into something resembling Resident Evil’s Licker if left unchecked. This is what mutation is. Let’s see how to stop enemies from mutating in this guide.
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How to Stop Enemies from Mutating in The Callisto Protocol?
The Callisto Protocol offers the following options when you see enemies mutating and tentacles sprouting out:
- To stop the enemies from mutating, shoot the tentacles until they dissolve, using a shotgun such as the Skunkworks shotgun or TK4 Riot Shotgun. Using weapons such as the Hand Cannon or Assault Rifle will make it difficult to hit them all at once without wasting ammunition.
- With your Stun Baton, you will be able to swing at the creature’s guts to prevent mutations, which will save ammunition. The enemy will fall if your attack is sufficiently upgraded; you just need to give them a few stomps, and they’re done.
This concludes our guide on how to stop enemies from mutating in The Callisto Protocol. Check our other guides for the latest updates on the game.