Lights, Camera, Horror! How to Film Scary in Content Warning

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Lights, Camera, Horror! How to Film Scary in Content Warning

Find out how to film scary in Content Warning and cash in from Spooktube videos


Content Warning is the latest co-op horror game brought to us by the minds behind “Totally Accurate Battle Simulator”, Landfall Games. The title, which has been an instant hit, challenges players to team up with others to find and capture creepy footage. Go search for something really frightening with your friends, and once you find it, don’t forget to get the camera rolling. Your goal is to upload these clickbaitey vidoes on Spooktube, go viral, and bring in viewership revenue. Kind of like a supernatural YouTuber. In this piece, we will show you how to film scary in Content Warning.

How to Film Scary in Content Warning?

Right from the start, you're tasked with filming something spooky and racking up views on Spooktube, a parody of YouTube. The pressure is on – you only have three days to hit your viewer targets. More viewers translate to more ad revenue, which you can then use to upgrade your equipment and chase even bigger scares. However, the game doesn't exactly hold your hand. “Film something scary” is a vague instruction, and Content Warning leaves you to figure out what kind of content actually translates into viral views. But, no need to worry, we are here to tell you how to film scary in Content Warning.

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Lights, Camera, Horror! How to Fim Scary in Content Warning

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While any footage captured in the Old World will land you some views and a trickle of ad revenue, it's the truly terrifying stuff that brings in the big bucks. Think jump scares, unsettling discoveries, or maybe even capturing a glimpse of the truly monstrous lurking down there.

Monsters Sell Well

Monsters are the holy grail of Spooktube views. If you manage to snag some footage, especially while they're on the prowl, it's a guaranteed viral hit. But be warned, getting close is a recipe for disaster. Instead, use your camera's zoom to catch them from a safe distance. And remember, there's nothing wrong with a good ol' fashioned selfie cam shot when things get hairy – those chase sequences are pure gold for viewers.

Lights, Camera, Horror! How to Fim Scary in Content Warning

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Elevate the Fear Factor With Creepy Stuff

Keep an eye out for scattered bones – skulls, spines, the whole grisly collection. Not only are these unsettling finds worth filming on their own, but you can also pick them up and use them as creepy props! Imagine the jump scare potential of a well-placed spine in a shadowy corner. These bone-afide scares will definitely boost the fear factor of your footage and rack up those views.

How Much Can You Earn?

Now that you have learned how to film scary in Content Warning, how much money can you expect to rake in from your Spooketube videos? A single terrifying video could net you a hundred bucks (or more!) in Spooktube ad revenue – enough to upgrade your gear and chase even bigger scares. But remember, battery life is precious down here. Don't waste precious juice filming mundane stuff. Wait for the genuine chills – a spine-tingling monster encounter, a glimpse of something truly horrifying. Every descent into the Old World brings a new set of nightmares, so stay sharp and keep that camera ready.

Lights, Camera, Horror! How to Film Scary in Content Warning
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