The Outer Worlds, the new RPG from Obsidian, is out now on consoles and PC and, as you’d expect from a Fallout inspired game, it features very combat heavy segments, some of which can be pretty tough. So that you’re not dying over and over again, here’s everything you need to know about how to heal your health in Outer Worlds.
When you’re fighting the variety of enemies in the game, you’ll see that your health bar (which is the red one in the top left of the screen) will begin to deplete.
Your health won’t regenerate automatically in combat, but out of combat you’ll see the bar fill up slowly again. If you’ve still got enemies to take out though to reach your objectives, you’ll have to use The Outer Worlds’ healing items.
How to Heal Your Health in The Outer Worlds
The items that you use to heal in The Outer Worlds are called Adreno. You’ll be introduced to them very early in the game, after you fall from a high up ledge, and you’ll need to use them whenever you take a significant amount of damage in combat.
You’ll be able to see how many Adreno you have left by looking at the little number in the top left corner of the screen, just underneath the health bar.
Below, we’ve listed the inputs for use Adreno on PS4 and Xbox One:
|Platform||Healing Item (Adreno) Input|
|Xbox One||Press LB|
When you press the right button, you’ll see the health bar slowly fill back up again.
That’s everything you need to know about how to heal your health in Outer Worlds. For more tips and tricks on the game, be sure to check out our wiki guide or search for Twinfinite. We have also listed some other helpful guides on the game down below.
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