A lot of players have been complaining about health and time-to-kill in warzone. The Season 4 update promised to address this and more with a few key changes to the game. Among those, the base Player Health pool has been increased to 150 (from 100). With full Armor Plates, maximum health will equal 300. However, the Regen Delay has also been nerfed to seven seconds from five.
This means that players can expect to get hit much more quickly than they previously could. This will likely result in a more skill-based battleground where the best players will be able to outplay their opponents.
It’s important to know how much health you have in warzone as it will help you decide when to seek cover and avoid damage. You’ll find this information in the bottom left corner of your screen and it will refresh once you’re no longer taking fire. You can also use med kits and syrettes to restore your health instantly.
Whether you’re just learning how to play Warzone or aiming for a three-digit win count, understanding the fundamentals will help you become a better competitor in the battle royale. With this knowledge in hand, you’ll be able to better determine how to approach each match and develop your teamwork skills. The more prepared you are, the more likely you will be to conquer the Iron Trials of Rebirth Island.