If your operator loses a part of the base health during a mission and is extracted then it will not regenerate automatically once the mission is over. Furthermore, the operator will be marked Inactive if the health drops below 40. So you cannot use the operator and must pick another one. In this Rainbow Six Extraction guide, we are going to walk you through how you can heal inactive operators.
Healing Inactive Operators In Rainbow Six Extraction
If one of your operators is marked inactive then you need to pick another one and gain as much XP as you can. The XP that you earn goes towards healing your inactive operator. Every 300 XP earned results in the inactive operator getting 1 HP. If your inactive operator has 30 HP then you need to earn 21,000 XP in order to top up their HP bar.
To avoid getting an inactive status on your operator, you should try different operators. You can also try to avoid depleting your base health before extraction. Note that while there are different methods of healing in the game like picking up medkits, if a part of your base health is missing then that is going to be carried forward. You will need to earn XP with other operators in order to gain that back.
This is how you can heal inactive operators in Rainbow Six Extraction. If you are interested in learning more about the game then you can check out our guide on how the buddy pass works. For more content related to the game, check out our Rainbow Six Extraction guides hub.