If you play Back 4 Blood, you may have come across the need to heal yourself. Such a situation may arise when you begin to take damage in the game. In this article, we will show you how to heal.
Here’s how to heal trauma and get your health back in Back 4 Blood:
Consumables – Health Kits and Bandages
Bandages cost 150 copper, medkits go for 500 copper, and pain pills are worth 100 copper. The bandages can only heal a small amount of health while the medkit restores a significant amount. The medkit will also allow you to restore the health of your teammates. The pain pills will give you a temporary health boost but they will degrade over time which limits their usefulness.
Heal by Using Medical Cabinets
Medical Cabinets are easy to spot as they are painted red with a white cross on the centre of them. They are typically found inside buildings or in the rooms at the rear of abandoned stores.
Heal by Using First Aid Rooms in Back 4 Blood
As you battle your way through the many levels in Back 4 Blood, you may come across a first aid room.
You will need to keep an eye out for these rooms as they are randomly placed across levels.
Apart from being useful in terms of health recovery, first aid rooms in Back 4 Blood are also well-stocked sources of weapons and ammunition, along with other helpful items. Make sure to stock yourself sufficiently before you leave the room.
These rooms will also help heal trauma. Trauma occurs when you lose your maximum health.
If you want to use a first aid room, you will need to be equipped with a tool kit. You can easily buy one at the beginning of each map.
When it comes to healing your allies then all you have to do is walk towards them with your healing item equipped and hitting your fire button. Be careful though because if you don’t see the notification to heal your friends then you might just end up healing yourself.