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First Aid Kit

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First Aid Kit
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First Aid Kits heal a character's health to 75 instantly. Performing certain actions while casting this item will cancel it. This item cannot be used when a player's health is over 75.

6 seconds cast time


The First Aid Kit is a consumable item in BATTLEGROUNDS.

Summary[edit | edit source]

The First Aid Kit is a less common, but more potent healing item than bandages. It is the mid tier instant healing item behind the Med Kit. The First Aid Kit is best used for times where immediate healing is needed, otherwise bandages should be used first. First aid kits restore significantly more health than bandages, but will still take 6 seconds to cast, therefore this item should be used with caution while under fire. Boosters used before gunfights and coupled with bandages during battles can help reduce the reliance on first aid kits to restore health.

First Aid Kits heal a character's health to 75 instantly. Performing certain actions while using this item will cancel it. This item cannot be used when player's health is over 75.''
~ In-game description

Update history[edit | edit source]

Pre-Update #31 (Season 4 - Update 4.1) - vN/A
  • Healing and Boost Item Improvements
    • Healing and boost items can now be used while moving.
      • You’ll be limited to walking speed only.
      • Press the use or run/jump keys to cancel healing/boosting.
    • First Aid Kits can no longer heal additional damage you receive after the healing starts.
      • Previously, if damage was taken after the 2-second healing period had started, any additional damage received would be healed if the total healing amount was still 75% or less.

Pre-release #27

  • Gameplay Balance
    • First aid kits will no-longer heal instantly after use timer and will instead restore health over a 2 second period.


Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The logo on the First Aid Kit was originally a red cross on a white circular background but was changed at some point to a generic H over a glossy grey circular background, likely due to the fact that it is a protected symbol in countries signatory to the First Geneva Convention.

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