How to Heal Your Health in Division 2
Ubisoft’s The Division 2 sees the action move from the snowy streets of New York to Washington D.C. However, that doesn’t mean that the streets in the capital are any less dangerous. Here’s everything you need to know about how to heal your health in The Division 2.
In the game, your health is essentially split into two parts, armor and health, but they deplete one after another as you take damage in the game.
How Health Works in The Division 2
Your actual health, which is the second of the two bars to deplete, is displayed in orange on the HUD in the bottom right of the screen.
You cannot manually heal that bar in The Division 2, but it will regenerate by itself over time. We have also noticed that your health will quickly regenerate after killing a group of enemies, either while tackling a mission or roaming the world.
How to Heal
The aspect of your health that you can heal in Division 2 is your armor, which is shown in numerous white blocks above the health bar. It goes auto-regenerate occasionally, but you can refill the bar by holding right on the d-pad.
You will need to have Armor Packs available to do so, though. You find Armor Packs to heal in Division 2 by opening some crates around the world, and they are often dropped by enemies after they die.
They’re shown by a little med-kit symbol in what they drop. If a Armor Pack is all they have dropped, simply run over it to pick it up. You will then be able to see it in your inventory by looking for the same symbol in the HUD on the bottom right of the screen, by your health bar.
That’s everything you need to know about how to heal your health in The Division 2. For more tips and tricks on the game, be sure to check out our wiki guide.