Putting you in control of the one person tasked with fighting a supernatural threat, you’re going to find yourself running into plenty of enemy encounters in Control. Here’s how to heal your health in Control.
What You Need to Do to Heal in Control
The only way to heal in Control is to defeat enemies. When you do, you’ll notice that they’ll occasionally drop blue glowing crystals of sorts. Pick these up and your health will be restored slightly.
It’s worth noting that you’re not just going to regenerate and be fighting fit again on your own. If you don’t get those blue health elements, you’re going to stay in a fairly unhealthy condition.
How to Get More Health & Increase Health Bar
If simply healing up isn’t enough for you, then you’ll want to look into Control’s ‘Mods.’ Within the Personal Mods, you’ll be able to select one that increases the effectiveness of the health elements you pick up.
That essentially means you’ll have to pick up fewer of them to get back to being fighting fit. One example is a Personal Mod simply called ‘Health Recovery’ as shown in the screenshot above.
There are also other mods that will allow you to take more hits before dying, and ability points can be spent to increase the size of your health bar overall.
In summary, here’s how to heal in Control.
- Blue Fragments
Pick these up from enemies you defeat. They’re tiny blue crystals, but they’re pretty easy to spot.
- Use Personal Mods
Choose Personal Mods that grant you additional health, and increase the effectiveness of those blue elements.
- Spend Ability Points
Spend ability points to increase your total health.
That’s everything you need to know on how to heal in Control. For more tips, tricks, and guides, be sure to check out our ever-expanding Control guide wiki, or check out more of our guides below.
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