No matter how good one is at dueling, bloodshed is a common theme in Chivalry 2. The game doesn’t do a good job of explaining the healing mechanic. And most often than not, people prefer to bleed out in order to respawn quicker. In this guide, we’ve detailed all there is to know about how to heal through different methods in Chivalry 2.
How to Heal in Chivalry 2
First of all, it’s important to note that there isn’t automated HP regeneration. There are a few different methods of healing in Chivalry 2 – all of them are detailed below:
There are a total of 9 subclasses in the game. Out of these, some like the Footman, etc. are purely support-based. These subclasses have access to things like Bandages, Banners, etc. that can be used to heal allies. It’s a good idea to have such subclasses in a team to provide on-demand healing benefits.
All the characters in Chivalry 2 start off with a Healing Bandage. When used, the Healing Bandages provide a slow HP regeneration over time effect. Never use a Healing Bandage out in the open since the animation can get the character killed. It’s better to fall back a little, heal up, and join the fight once more. To use a Healing Bandage, press ‘Up’ on the D-pad.
Another method of healing injuries in Chivalry 2 is through consuming food. However, food must be found on the map so it requires a little bit of RNG. Things like vegetables, fish, etc. all have healing capabilities. Once again, it’s important to note that food also provides heal-over-time and there isn’t burst healing in the game.
This is all we’ve got in how to heal in Chivalry 2. For more help on the game, feel free to check out our detailed Chivalry 2 wiki guides.