Remnant 2 Archetypes: The Medic Class Explained

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Remnant 2 Archetypes: The Medic Class Explained

The launch of Remnant 2 is coming up soon. On July 25, 2023, gamers who own PCs, PlayStation 5 consoles, and Xbox Series X|S systems will be able to purchase the game created by Gunfire Games. Remnant 2 is the follow-up to Remnant from the Ashes, which was produced by the same studio and released in 2019, as we already said in this article. Although gamers haven't responded as well as the media, this game has gotten a ton of positive attention.

Remnant 2 takes place in a post-apocalyptic future where the existence of monster animals threatens society, just like its predecessor. The player will be in charge of solving the puzzles surrounding this invasion, either by themselves or in collaboration with two other friends, in order to make sense of the situation and protect the Earth from danger.

Players will have the option to select an archetype (or class) at the beginning of this adventure, among other things. In order to prevent being caught off guard as the game gets harder, choosing the right class is crucial. In light of this, we have chosen to explore The Gunslinger class, The Handler class, and The Challenger class before providing you with a brief overview of The Medic archetype from Remnant 2 and highlighting its advantages.

Remnant 2 classes: The Medic

As you can already guess from the class name itself, The Medic is the best class to use for all those who have a play style aimed at helping others. This class, in fact, is the most suitable for restoring the life of the characters and managing the relics, more than any other class in the game. It is for this reason, then, that these tasks are performed more than efficiently by anyone using this archetype.

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Obviously, as you can well guess, the perks of this class have the main purpose of keeping the team alive, especially during the most difficult battles against difficult enemies to defeat. Also, it's important to note that this class has tremendous regenerative ability, as well as being able to more efficiently resist interruptions when using relics than other classes.

The Prime Perk: Regenerator is the foundation of their healing abilities. A relic charge is restored once The Medic has restored enough health, either their own or the health of their friends, including companions. This functionality is improved by the fact that the regeneration process is aided by both relic and skill healing. For this reason, skills give users the chance to customize their healing approach.

The Medic's first skill, Wellspring, entails striking the earth to create a source of healing energy. Although it offers effective healing, its limitations stem from its size and set location. The second ability, Healing Shield, creates a shield of protection around teammates while it is active, continuously recovering a small amount of health. It is perfect for providing protection for a seriously hurt ally and for a traveling party in need of healing.

As the pinnacle of healing powers, Redemption is the third skill. It is a charged skill that restores teammates who have fallen unconscious and offers significant regeneration while also applying a gradually more potent heal over time. The team is quickly put back in fighting shape by redemption, allowing them to take damage without losing their composure. It really does function as a last-ditch treatment.

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The Medic's superiority in health restoration is further supported by the archetypal trait Triage, which rounds out their skill set and increases healing efficacy. In conclusion, players that take care in keeping the health of their squad at its highest possible level will identify with The Medic archetype. The Medic delivers a level of sustainability that no other archetype can equal, making the hardships of the apocalypse a little less scary.

Remnant 2 Archetypes: The Medic Class Explained
Diana D'Estefano
Diana has been a huge fan of video games since she was a child. She started her "career" with Nintendo and then moved on to other platforms as well. Although she is a big fan of horror games, she plays almost all genres fearlessly. She writes news, reviews, guides, and features about both AAA and indie games.