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Outcast – A New Beginning: How to Heal Yourself

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Outcast - A New Beginning: How to Heal Yourself

Jumping through dimensions to reach a mysterious world filled with Sci-Fi Technology and various types of enemies can really catch you off guard in Outcast – A New Beginning. As the game would walk you through the main story missions most of the time, there are certain things that you should know when you are playing the game on higher difficulty and one of them is healing your character.

In this guide, we’ll tell you how to heal yourself in Outcast – A New Beginning.

How to Heal Yourself in Outcast – A New Beginning

Unlike most of the narrative-driven action video games, Outcast – A New Beginning does not include the auto-healing feature meaning, there are certain items that you should keep in your inventory and use them whenever low on HP to heal your character. The primary healing item that you need to search for is the Eluée Plant. It is a shiny blue plant that can be found almost everywhere on the world map.

Pick up the Eluée Plant by pressing the Y (XBOX) or Triangle (PlayStation) and store it in your inventory. To use the Eluée Plant and heal your character, there are two different methods. You can either open the inventory of your character from the menu and select the Eluée Plant to use it and heal your character, or you can use it instantly right at the go by pressing “UP” on the D-Pad.

Usually, if you are playing the game on low difficulty, your character will not take as much damage as in higher difficulty but if you are playing on higher difficulty, it is best to pick up every Eluée Plant you see on your path. Using this healing item will only heal your character for 20 Health Points so, you will need more than one Eluée Plant if you are low on HP.

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