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All Rig Upgrades in Outlast Trials & how to use them

The Stun is my favorite!

The Rigs in The Outlast Trials are devices you can use to give you an advantage while trying to survive. The four Rigs- Stun, Blind, Heal, and X-Ray- all have unique upgrades while you level up. These upgrades can make them exceptionally powerful and give you that A Grade you've been working towards. You can't see these upgrades unless you buy them first, but luckily we have all the upgrades right here.

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All Upgrades for the Stun Rig and how to use them in Outlast Trials

The Stun Rig in The Outlast Trials works like the brick-and-bottle items. You hold down Right-Click and then throw the Rig close to the enemy to stun them with Left-Click. The upgrades are:

  • Expanded Radius—Increases the explosion radius
  • Disarm—Allows you to disarm all traps caught in the explosion of the Rig
  • Extended Duration—Increases the length of the stun effect on enemies
  • Restore—Resets the cooldown if you didn't hit a single enemy
  • Electric Boost—Gives your friends full battery and stamina if they are in the radius of your thrown Rig
  • Decreased Cooldown—Shortens the cooldown of the Stun Rig
  • Prepared—Sets the Rig up to be available at the beginning of the Trial

All Upgrades for the Blind Rig and how to use them in Outlast Trials

The Blind Rig works like a landmine and works with Right-Click to place it on the ground. The upgrades for it are:

  • Expanded Radius—Increases the blast radius for the blind effect
  • Deploy Technique—Shortens the time to plant the mine
  • Extended Duration—Increases the blind effect on enemies
  • Recharge—Reactivates your mines after they are triggered once
  • Frenzy—Gives you an adrenaline boost after walking through the smoke of your mine
  • Decreased Cooldown—Shortens the cooldown of the Blind Rig
  • Prepared—Sets the Rig up to be available at the beginning of the Trial

Related: How to sign up for Outlast Trials early access

All Upgrades for the Heal Rig and how to use them in Outlast Trials

The Heal Rig in The Outlast Trials works just by pressing Right-Click to release gas around yourself that your friends can heal with. You can walk around after you use it to catch up to people but don't forget the radius isn't that big at first! The upgrades are:

  • Expanded Radius—Increases the range of the healing effect
  • Silent Help—Causes healing to make no noise
  • Extended Duration—Increases the regeneration duration
  • Detox—Causes the Heal Rig to cure Psychosis as well
  • Poison—Enemies caught up in the gas will be slowed down
  • Decreased Cooldown—Shortens the cooldown of the Heal Rig
  • Prepared—Sets the Rig up to be available at the beginning of the Trial

All Upgrades for the XRay Rig and how to use them in Outlast Trials

The X-Ray Rig in The Outlast Trials allows you to see through walls and even tag enemies with Right-Click. The upgrades for it are:

  • Shared Intel—Your friends can see where the enemies you tag through X-Ray are
  • Ressources Intel—All consumable items are shown through the X-Ray
  • Classified Intel—All other items are shown through the X-Ray including Documents and Poster
  • Extended Duration—Increases the duration of the X-Ray
  • Battery Transfer—The Night Vision Battery is replenished when using the X-Ray
  • Decreased Cooldown—Shortens the cooldown of the X-Ray Rig
  • Prepared—Sets the Rig up to be available at the beginning of the Trial

Keep an eye out for more Outlast Trials guides right here on Pro Game Guides!


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