|Category||Battle Royale Items|
|Last Adjustment||Patch 14.00|
The Bandage Bazooka is an healing weapon (with a counterpart in the Spy Games LTM only) in Battle Royale that was added on the initial patch of Chapter 2 Season 1. It shoots bandages that heals the player by 15 HP, up to 100 HP, unlike the Bandage which can only heal you up to 75 HP. It has a max ammo size of 5 and will slowly replenish ammo by itself. If you face a wall or the floor and shoot it, you will heal yourself. But it is well suited for healing teammates. If you shoot it at an enemy or nothing, it will drop Bandages. The Bandage Bazooka takes up two inventory slots due to its large size. The Bandage Bazooka is available from Chests, Supply Drops, and Loot Llamas.
The Bandage Bazooka only takes 1 slot in the Spy Game LTMs, they're called Compact Bandage Bazookas.
In Patch 13.00, it was vaulted and replaced by the Chug Splash. However, Bandage Bazooka came back from the vault on Patch 14.00. It possibly has replaced the Ocean's Bottomless Chug Jug, because the Chug Splash is still available.
The Bandage Bazooka has been re-vaulted with Patch 15.00.
Removed from Bodyguard/Available in Creative
Spy Games Exclusive
|Compact Bandage Bazooka|
|Magazine Size||4 (Recharges automatically)|
- Bandage Bazooka Pullout
- Bandage Bazooka Shooting and Healing
- Bandage Bazooka Shooting without Healing
- Bandage Bazooka Reload
- Bandage Bazooka Pickup
- Bandage Bazooka Drop
Bandage Bazooka has a chance to appear among other utility items and consumables per loot sources in the following circumstances:
Bandage Bazooka has a chance to appear among all utility items and consumables in the following circumstances:
- This is the first healing ranged weapon.
- This is also the first item to take up 2 slots.
- The model and shape of it resembles the Minigun.
- It also has the same pullout animation as the Minigun.
- This can be shot out like a gun but it heals the enemy.
- Healing enemies was removed later on because it encourages teaming and players wouldn't want to heal their enemies then lose a fight.