How To Heal Using Medi-Gel In Mass Effect Legendary Edition

The most important part of every game, healing!

By Kyle Knight

May 14, 2021

It’s an essential part of almost every video game, healing. Mass Effect Legendary Edition is no different, so here’s how to heal in the new Bioware remaster.

Considering the Legendary Edition has only just launched, there might be other guides you’re looking for. Luckily, DualShockers have got you covered. Check out the link below to find out what the difference is between Classic Mode and Legendary Mode in the new Level Scaling options.

  • MORE: Mass Effect Legendary Edition – Level Scaling

Mass Effect Legendary Edition – Official Reveal Trailer | PS5, PS4

Mass Effect Legendary Edition – Official Reveal Trailer | PS5, PS4

How To Heal In Mass Effect Legendary Edition

Thankfully, healing in Mass Effect Legendary Edition is pretty straightforward. But considering the game is heavily focused on combat and fighting enemies, it’s important to know how to heal.

In order to heal, you’ll need to make sure you have ‘Medi-Gel’ in your inventory. As long as you’re holding some Medi-Gel, all you need to do is press the following buttons depending on the platform.

  • PC = ‘V’
  • PlayStation = ‘Triangle’
  • Xbox = ‘Y’

Healing does vary depending on which game in the Trilogy you are playing. For those playing through Mass Effect 1 then the above tactic is how to heal.

Mass Effect 2 is much simpler as the game introduces an ‘auto-heal’ feature. All players need to do is take cover and stop taking damage to automatically begin the process of healing.

Things continue to change in Mass Effect 3 as there’s now a First Aid Ability that can be used by the player. This ability will heal yourself and revive downed teammates.

Mass Effect Legendary Edition

Commander Shepard has returned in 4K Ultra HD! Players are once again able to take command of the Normandy and prepare for an epic adventure.

Mass Effect Legendary Edition not only includes the single-player base content, but also over 40 DLC from the original Mass Effect trilogy.

Now is the perfect time to jump into Mass Effect if you’ve never experienced the classic trilogy before. Check out the official gameplay comparison on the EA Website.

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Kyle Knight

Kyle is a Film and TV graduate from Coventry. He's a PC enthusiast with a not so enthusiastic PC and is all about triple-A titles!

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