Ghost Recon Breakpoint
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How to Heal Injuries

How to Heal Injuries

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Learn everything to know about healing in Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Breakpoint in this guide. This includes healing items, effects, injuries, & more.

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Healing Injuries and Gaining Health

Requires Use of Bandages or Syringes

Requires Use of Bandages or Syringes

Low on health? Grab a Bandage or a Syringe and patch yourself up to fighting form. These consumables will be your main way of regaining health in Ghost Recon Breakpoint.

Injuries Will Not Heal on Their Own

Your injuries will stay as long as you don't do anything about them and will hinder your combat capabilities. Going into battle when injured is a death wish so heal up!

Use Appropriate Item Depending on Injury

Bandages and Syringes have different measures of healing. Bandages heal more so it's a waste to use it for a minor injury. Take that into account when healing.

Bandages for Major Injuries

Bandages will allow you to regain a lot of health with every use. Critical injuries can only be healed with the use of Bandages.

Syringes for Minor Injuries

Syringes were made for more minor injuries since they give small healing. They cannot heal Critical Injuries at all.

Immobile While Healing with Bandage

Immobile While Healing with Bandage

When using the Bandage, you will need to wait for your character to finish their animation. This will leave you immobile. Remember to only heal when in cover.

Can Heal on the Move with Syringes

Syringes can be used even while moving! They're great to use when moving between cover or when trying to run away from enemies.

What Are Injuries?

Injuries Pertain to Character Health

Injuries Pertain to Character Health

The lower the character health, the more intense your injury is. The level of the injury will be shown close to your health bar.

Low Health Affects Character Movements

Low Health Affects Character Movements

Injury will affect your character movement from limping to occasionally stopping a bit. Character vision might also become woozy. All of this can affect how you perform in combat.

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