Can You Actually Remove Your Character’s Mask in Payday 3?
Payday 3 finally hit the shelves on 21st September for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC. It is the highly anticipated sequel to one of the most popular co-op heist shooters ever made. This third installment in the series was developed by Starbreeze Studios and published by Deep Silver. The game has several unique features and a thriving co-op mode that makes robbing banks a very fun and lucrative task. Understandably, your Payday character has always sported a mask to keep themselves anonymous. One might wonder if this is still the case in the third game. Let’s figure this out.
How Do You Remove Your Mask in Payday 3?
The Payday crew are reluctantly back from their retirement, this time due to an anonymous criminal who attempts to mess up their lifestyle and clean out their accounts. The crew is now eager to find the person behind this while re-stocking their funds.
Unfortunately, the game currently has no option to unequip your masks. However, you can certainly try on different types of masks to see which one fits your bank robber vibe. As it stands, wearing your mask seems to be an essential component of Payday 3, as it was with the previous installments. It is also important to keep in mind that these masks and gloves are simply just a cosmetic option to make you look sly and cunning. They don't offer any sort of armor or protection.
However, if Starbreeze Studios is planning to add more customization options to the game, we can definitely expect them to add mask removal as a feature. We might even get to see custom face options that allow us to flaunt our characters while pulling off massive heists.
Payday 3 has a total of 6 confirmed characters so far where four of them (Payday Gang) were featured in the previous title and two new additions now. These characters are Dallas, Chains, Wolf, Huxton, Joy, and Pearl. As the game lets you choose between numerous characters, we can expect to see them sport different types, colors, and patterns of masks, to put on a show while threatening civilians with killer weapons.