When players get shot in Thunder Tier One, most of the time they don't die instantly, but simply get injured and need to be healed to get back up.
This guide will provide players with all the essential tips on how to heal in Thunder Tier One, as there are many situations where it may not work or players are simply doing something wrong. Either way, follow our guide below for a full picture of the healing mechanism.
How to Heal in Thunder Tier One
Sometimes the shot can be so accurate that it instantly kills the player, but usually it is simply injured or downed. Any player can choose to play as a medic on the team by carrying four or five medkits, which can be equipped in the customization menu in the Gadget section before each scenario.
If a player is downed, they can be revived by a teammate, but they must also use a med kit to recover their full HP. Follow these steps to apply a medkit to your injured teammate:
If you're playing with AI teammates and want them to heal you while you're injured, first make sure your HP meter is in the red zone. If your HP meter is yellow, even if you order your AI teammates to heal you, they will ignore you.
If your status is Wounded, which means your HP is in the red, then you can order your AI teammates to heal you by doing the following:
That's all you need to know about how to heal yourself and your teammates in Thunder Tier One. Be sure to check out our other Thunder Tier One tips and tricks articles here.