Although they are one of your only ways of healing, The Division 2 Armor Kits can be a little hard to find while playing the game. There are, however, ways you can ensure you find Armor Kits. Read on for the skinny on The Division 2 how to find Armor Kits and how to get more Armor Kits in The Division 2.
The Division 2 Armor Kits | How to use
From the start of the game, you will be able to use Armor Kits. They act as your primary way of healing yourself in The Division 2 until you unlock new skills. Simply hide behind a wall or vehicle and hold down right on the d-pad or V on the keyboard to use them. It takes a few seconds, and you cannot move while using Armor Kits. So be careful.
Thankfully, once used, your Armor will be fully healed. Unfortunately, Armor Kits are finite. There are ways of finding more of them and increasing the total amount you can carry, however.
How to Find More The Division 2 Armor Kits
There are a few ways in which you can find and collect more Armor Kits in The Division 2. Don’t be too afraid to use them, as there are always some to be found by killing enemies (although the drop rates are rather low). Kill an enemy and occasionally they will drop an Armor Kit. Just run over the highlighted spot and an Armor Kit will be automatically added to your inventory.
Find a white box emblazoned with a red cross on the map and open it up to restock your Armor Kit supplies. You should find a small handful of these helpful supply boxes during a mission.
The best way to restock your Armor Kit supplies, however, is tied to a Perk. Unlock the Perk titled: Restock 1: Armor Kits and you will completely restock your Armor Kits whenever you enter a safe space on the map, of which there are more than a few.
How to get More Armor Kits in The Division 2
Another unlockable Perk will allow you to hold more Armor Kits. You start off only being able to hold three Armor Kits, but you can upgrade it so you can hold up to six at once.
The Armor Kit Perk allows you to carry one more Amor Kit with each stage you unlock. There are three stages of the Perk in total, meaning you will eventually be able to carry six at once when fully upgraded. Buy all three as soon as you can if you’re finding the game too difficult.