Escape from Tarkov includes a robust health and damage system as part of the Hazardous Environment Combat Simulator.
Features[edit | edit source]
- Health and physical characteristics, including hydration, energy, blood loss, fractures, contusion, intoxication, exhaustion, tremors and so on
- A Large variety of medical supplies and provisions to stay alive and focused
Part specific status effects[edit | edit source]
Temporary status effects[edit | edit source]
Destroyed parts healing[edit | edit source]
Destroyed body parts (except head and thorax) can be restored thanks to the CMS kit or the Surv12 field surgical kit, surgical kits restore a destroyed part to 1 HP; so their use needs to be combined with medkits to be effective. Destroyed parts that are restored with a surgical kit only have 55% to 70% (CMS) or 80 to 90% (Surv12) of their max HP for the duration of the raid unless surgery is performed again on that body part, lowering it further.
Off-Raid Healing[edit | edit source]
When outside of a raid you will passively gain health, hydration, and energy. You can use Medical items to heal and Provisions to consume as if you were in a raid. To start you gain 8 HP/Min, 1 Energy/Min, and 1 Hydration/Min. Your passive gaining of stats can be increased through upgrading Hideout modules such as the Medstation to increase health regeneration, Heating to increase energy regeneration, and Water Collector to increase Hydration recovery.
With fixed prices, the best value medical item is the Grizzly First Aid Kit.
|First Aid Kit||Current Price (₽)||Health Points||₽ per HP (rounded up)|
|Grizzly First Aid Kit||32,195||1800||18|
|Car first aid kit||6,064||220||28|
|Salewa FIRST AID KIT||12,379||400||31|
|IFAK personal tactical first aid kit||18,714||300||62|
Unimplemented Features[edit | edit source]
- Player Temperature
- Biohazard - it is unknown what this status will effect
- Blood Pressure