- This article is an overview of all Med-Kits featured in Dead by Daylight. For other uses, see Med-Kit (disambiguation).
They are used to heal yourself and other Survivors. Other Survivors can also be healed without the use of a Med-Kit, but it takes considerably longer. Without the use of Self-Care, a Survivor cannot heal themselves without one. Different Add-ons can be equipped that enhance its healing speed or durability.
Standard Med-Kit[edit | edit source]
The standard Med-Kit up to Patch 1.1.2.
|First Aid Kit||A standard First Aid Kit with all the necessary equipment for treating common to more serious injuries.
Other types of Med-Kits[edit | edit source]
Patch 1.1.2 introduced three new variations with different rarities and effects for the Med-Kit:
|Camping Aid Kit||A rudimentary Aid Kit which can save lives in emergencies, even if it's lacking some of its supplies.
"Barely has enough material for a decent patch-up."
|Emergency Med-Kit||A sturdy and well organized Med-Kit equipped with top condition emergency supplies.
"There is a cure for almost everything...but not for this."
|Ranger Med-Kit||A large metal box containing medical supplies aimed at emergency rescues in hard to reach, often isolated locations.
"A small engraved label can be found glued to the back panel: VK.ID-3994723."
Halloween Med-Kit[edit | edit source]
Patch 1.7.3 introduced a special Halloween-themed Med-Kit:
|All Hallows' Eve Lunchbox||A plastic lunchbox with phosphorescent Halloween Stickers that has been packed with first-aid equipment.
"Safety first! Make sure you can be seen when trick or treating."
Healing Speed Percentages[edit | edit source]
|Modifier||Modifier in %||Modifier in Charges per second||Time to heal one Health State|
|Default||+0 %||1.0 c/s||16 seconds|
|Slightly||+5 %||1.05 c/s||15.24 seconds|
|Moderately||+15 %||1.15 c/s||13.91 seconds|
|Considerably||+25 %||1.25 c/s||12.8 seconds|
|Tremendously||+35 %||1.35 c/s||11.85 seconds|
Add-ons[edit | edit source]
The following are Add-ons for the Med-Kits:
|Rubber Gloves||Disposable medical gloves to avoid cross-contamination.
|Butterfly Tape||Medical quality tape used to close small wounds.
|Bandages||A pack of bandages usually found in First Aid Kits.
|Sponge||A mundane sponge used to soak up extra blood, providing easier access to wounds.
|Self Adherent Wrap||A pack of bandages that stick to themselves without the need of clips for a faster patch-up that requires less readjustments.
|Needle & Thread||Not exactly a medical device, however it can be used to quickly and painfully close up a wound.
|Medical Scissors||Scissors designed to easily cut through textiles.
|Gauze Roll||A sterile gauze used for a variety of wounds. Part of a total wound care system.
|Surgical Suture||A medical device used to close and hold body tissue. Even though it's very effective, the surgical suture is challenging to use.
|Gel Dressings||A pack of gel forming pads used to patch up heavily exuding wounds.
|Abdominal Dressing||A highly absorbent pad that prevents bodily fluid leakage when applied to large abdominal wounds.
|Styptic Agent||A white powder with coagulant properties. Apply the agent to a wound to stop it from haemorrhaging.
|Anti-Haemorrhagic Syringe||An anti-haemorrhagic substance that stops the bleeding in a matter of seconds.
Change Log[edit | edit source]
- Skill Check chance for healing other Survivors with/without a Med-Kit remains at 15 %.
- Skill Check chance for healing oneself with a Med-Kit decreased from 15 % to 12.5 %.
- Skill Check chance for healing oneself without a Med-Kit (Self-Care) decreased from 15 % to 10.5 %.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The speed of healing oneself with a Med-Kit without any Add-ons attached to it will always be the same as healing another Survivor by hand.
- The Camping Aid Kit actually heals "Moderately" faster (15 %) instead of "Considerably" faster (25 %).