23 June to 14 July 2020
- Perk descriptions may vary from in-game descriptions for reasons explained here.
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|Icon||Tier I||Tier II||Tier III||Description|
|25 %||30 %||35 %||Past battles have taught you a thing or two about survival.
Grants the ability to fully recover from the Dying State once per Trial.
Increases the Dying State Recovery speed by 25/30/35 %.
"Goddammit, I am seriously FUBAR!" — Bill Overbeck
- Quality of Life: Unbreakable now wakes up sleeping Survivors on full recovery from Dying State
- Buff: increased the percentages to 25/30/35 %.
- Features good synergy with Tenacity , as you can reposition and recover at the same time, ensuring the best possible chance of successfully recovering.
- Also features good synergy with Flip-Flop due to providing a failsafe should you be unable to fully recover from the dying state.
- As the ability to recover above 95 % is granted with the ability to fully recover yourself once per trial, a common strategy is to (when safe) recover to 99 %, and have another Survivor heal the remaining 1 %.
- This allows other Survivors to recover you instantly, and retains the ability to recover yourself fully in the future.
- Unbreakable can be combined with No Mither to gain the ability to recover from the Dying State an unlimited amount of times and performing that action considerably faster.
- It is not advised to use Unbreakable together with Soul Guard -
- Should one fully recover from the Dying State, even when under the effect of the Cursed Status Effect, Unbreakable will henceforth lose its ability to self-recover from the Dying State.
- Before Bill Overbeck became available on console, Unbreakable was a general Survivor Perk and featured a different icon and description to the PC version. This also applied to Left Behind .
- For a short amount of time after its initial release, Unbreakable could be used twice in a Trial due to a bug, which was fixed shortly afterwards.
- According to the original filename Unbreakable was originally called "Self-Sufficient".