Ghost of Tsushima Legends is a new cooperative multiplayer mode with wave-based survival missions and story missions that can be played solo or with friends. Making sure that your life bar stays high is important if you want to win. Here’s how to heal and revive teammates in Ghost of Tsushima Legends.
How to Heal and Revive Teammates in Ghost of Tsushima Legends
Considering that the survival missions in Ghost of Tsushima Legends deal with you and your squad surviving for a very long time, ensuring everyone is in tip-top shape is crucial to your success in this mode.
Once you’re in a match with some friends (or randoms), all characters’ health bars will be shown on the bottom left-hand side of the screen beside the player name.
One easy way to heal yourself and your teammates is by banging one of these health drums that lay around each survival mission map. You can see how it looks in the image below:
If you attack the drum with the square button, it’ll send out a small wave of health to players standing next to it. If one of your teammates smacks it, there will be a notification on your screen telling you where they currently are.
These will only heal for a few seconds, so you want to make sure that your team is nearby or in bad shape, before you hit it. It also takes time for it to be activated again, which you can tell by its white glow.
Another way to heal is by choosing the Samurai class and using his Spirit Pull Class Ability during combat. This will passively siphon the health from nearby enemies, increasing yours and decreasing theirs.
How to Revive Teammates in Ghost of Tsushima Legends
As for reviving teammates in battle, any of the classes can revive fallen teammates by simply going up to them and holding down the R2 button. It can take a couple of seconds, so be careful if your friend is surrounded by dangerous foes.
To revive enemies faster, though, you can always use the Ronin class. His Ultimate technique, Breath of Izanami, can revive all downed allies instantly, which can prove to be helpful during the final waves.
And that’s all you need to know about how to heal and revive teammates in Ghost of Tsushima Legends.
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