In Outriders, you get to play as one of four different immortal beings, known as Altereds. One of the perks of being an Altered is that you get health back in a number of different ways, including simply by doing well in combat. Here is everything you need to know about how to heal your health in Outriders.
How to Heal Your Health in Outriders
The first thing you’ll need to know about health is that there are active and passive ways to regenerate it. Alongside that, each class has different parameters for gaining health back.
Passive & Active Healing
Passive healing is pretty straightforward in Outriders. As long as you don’t take damage, your character will begin to get health back automatically.
You’ll be able to tell when you’re health is regenerating by looking at the health bar. While it is only minimal, indicated by a thin line on the health bar, you’ll at least gain some health back to keep your character in the fight.
Active healing differs by class. Each of these revolve around getting kills in different ways. To make things a bit easier, we’ve broken it down into a table.
|Technomancer||Recover a portion of the damage you deal as health|
|Pyromancer||Recover health whenever enemies marked by your skill are killed|
|Trickster||Each enemy killed in close range heals you and grants a portion of Shield|
|Devastator||Recover health from slain enemies that stood too close|
Now that you know how to heal your health with each class, it is only a matter of time before you’re unstopable.
How to Heal Your Health in Outriders:
- You’ll passively gain back a little health as long as you aren’t taking damage.
- Active health can be gained by killing enemies.
- Each class has a different parameter you must meet in order to gain back health actively.