Rainbow Six Extraction is quite different than what we’ve seen so far. We have a new, alien threat, and humans are at big risk. Operators are part of REACT, and they must go on Incursions in order to catch the parasite and get rid of it.
The Operators can go MIA or become Inactive if they are injured, so it’s very important to have a clear objective for every mission. Make a plan, and then follow it. If they go MIA, you will have to go save them in the next mission. If they go Inactive, well, it’s pretty easy to heal them up.
We are here to tell you how to heal Inactive Operators. It’s not that hard, so bear with us.
Playing with the Operator might be very easy in the beginning. But if it gets injured, and their health drops below a specific point, they will become Inactive. But getting them back is not hard. They’re not MIA, so you don’t need to go on a rescue mission to get them back to safety. Inactive Operators just need healing.
For you to save him, you need to go on more successful Incursions as a different Operator. If you manage to gather XP successfully – and why not even level up – you will get HP. Of course, the HP depends on the amount of XP that you got during each Incursion, and it will go straight to your Inactive Operator. When they get enough HP, they get back in action, and they are available to use again. It’s really not that hard.
So all you need to do is to keep killing Archæans and completing objectives as you were doing before. And then your Operator will be free again soon.
That’s about all you need to know about healing Inactive Operators in Rainbow Six Extraction. We know that it’s a way in which they are encouraging you to choose another Operator, and it might actually not be a bad idea to try that from time to time.