Resident Evil 3 Remake, although excellent while it lasts, doesn’t last all that long. Fortunately, if you’re dying for some more to do within the universe, Resident Evil Resistance is a thing, and builds on the legacy of RE3’s original multiplayer component. If you’re here, you’re probably wondering how to heal and revive your teammates in Resident Evil Resistance. Here’s what you need to know.
How to Heal and Revive Teammates in Resident Evil Resistance
Resident Evil Resistance takes a few queues from other recent multiplayer horror games such as Dead by Daylight. Four survivors work together to survive an onslaught of one mastermind player pulling the strings and trying to get you killed.
Mistakes will happen and at some point, you’ll need to rescue a downed teammate. To rescue a teammate who has gone down simply get up close to them and hold A on Xbox One and X on PS4. The downed player will be revived and you can carry on trying to win the match.
As with most cooperative game modes, teamwork is important and leaving no man behind are the keys to victory. Dividing and conquering your team is what your opposition wants to achieve, so don’t play into their hands.
Players that play as Valerie can add some extra utility to help their team survive. By using her Fever Skill, activated by pressing L1+R1 on PS4 and LB & RB on Xbox One, you can create a healing field that will patch up everyone around her. Definitely make sure to make effective use of this skill if you’re having a hard time surviving
That’s all you need to know for how to heal and how to revive downed teammates in Resident Evil Resistance. For more on Resistance and Resident Evil 3 Remake, be sure to check out our wiki guide filled with guides and FAQs answered.
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