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Medic Build in Remnant 2

Medic is a support-oriented archetype who can not only heal himself but others as well. It makes him a vital buddy when going out into battle to help the injured pick themselves up and resume fighting. However, contrary to popular opinion, the Medic archetype isn’t always restricted to group plays. 

You can choose him for your solo play and still enjoy the benefits the class provides. The only emphasis on the latter is to customize the best build that will not only hold up in healing but also as a well-rounded archetype that can fight its way out of intense battles. With this in mind, let’s take a look at the best medic build in Remnant 2.

5. XMG57 Bonesaw (Long Gun)

XMG57 Bonesaw

The XMG57 Bonesaw excels in three areas: larger magazine capacity, longer reload time, and overheating. The latter isn't exactly a prime-time benefit. However, it partially justifies the XMG57 Bonesaw weapon's extremely high durability during combat. By combining precision and power, the XMG57 Bonesaw stands out from the crowd.

Because of its prolonged suppressive fire capabilities, it is well-suited for crowd control scenarios. Even more so, due to the fact that the more you fire, the more accurate the shots become. However, because of its reliance on continuous firepower, you may want to keep a safe distance during battle, preferably somewhere you won’t take too much damage to impede survivability. 

And while at it, remember to continuously upgrade XMG57 Bonesaw all the way to level 20 to allow you to increase its damage output from 13.2 to a whopping 36 rate.

How to Get XMG57 Bonesaw

This one’s easy to get because it comes as the starting weapon for the Medic archetype. However, you can still buy it from Brabus in Ward 13.

4. Healing Shield (Skill)

Healing Shield

Archetypes come with various skills. However, the best skill for the Medic is the healing shield. It’s the skill that exploits the Medic’s fullest potential, thanks to its pronto expenditure of healing energy on all allies in a span of 10 seconds aand,as a result, regenerating their health over the duration of the period.

Specifically, Healing Shield releases healing energy to all allies within 25m and renews 100% of their maximum health for 10 seconds. Additionally, every ally within 25m continues to regenerate 21% of their max health over the time period. Afterward, Healing Shield has a 96-second cooldown.

How to Get the Healing Shield Skill

You can unlock the Healing Shield once you reach level 5 of the Medic build.

3. Rune Pistol (Hand Gun)

Rune Pistol Medic Build in Remnant 2

The Rune Pistol comes in handy when firing rapid bursts of energy. You can even hold the trigger to continue to fire non-stop. Specifically, the Rune Pistol fires three-round small-caliber bullets. It’s semi-automatic and most effective at medium range. So, if you want a weapon with rapid fire rates and precise shots yet still within a controlled, safe distance, the Rune Pistol Gun is the way to go.

Moreover, it comes exclusively equipped with the Soul Brand mod. This allows you to brand all enemies within 25m with the “Soul Brand.” If you kill branded enemies, they will leave behind an Echo that goes on for 10 seconds before returning to the Nightmare Realm. The Echoes, thereon, boost any allies within 3m with 20% of their max health on contact, thus serving as a damage-dealing weapon with healing capabilities.

How to Get Rune Pistol

Stylish and fun, the Rune Pistol is a craftable weapon that you can get from Nimue. However, you’ll need to bring with you x1 Decrepit Rune, which you can get when you give the Nightweaver’s Web your Ravenous Medallion. 

2. Gunslinger (Secondary Archetype)


You’ll want to take advantage of the dual archetype functionality of Remnant 2, and the best way to pair up the Medic class is with the Gunslinger. That’s because the Gunslinger brings the extra firepower and agility you need to deal devastating damage to enemies. The Gunslinger elevates the best parts of wielding guns, from faster reload times, higher capacity, better conservation of ammo, and higher damage outputs.   

While the Loaded perk automatically unlocks with Gunslinger, allowing you to instantly reload all weapons and get infinite ammo reserves for 5 seconds, you may want to choose the Bulletstorm skill at level 10. It’ll allow you to gain a 20% boost in fire rate and a 50% boost in reload speed for all ranged weapons for 20 seconds. Further, it automates single-shot weapons and gives bows and crossbows a 15% boost in critical chance and a 50% boost in projectile speed.  

How to Get Gunslinger

Firstly, you’ll need to get the Worn Cylinder after wrapping up the third world and speaking to the Keeper called Mudtooth. Mudtooth can talk a little too much. So, to hasten the process, make sure you’re in campaign mode and are working toward completing the main story past Root Earth. Afterward, craft the Iron Cylinder Engram to unlock Gunslinger. 

1. Spectral Blade (Melee)

Spectral Blade

No matter your preferred playstyle, you’ll more often than not find yourself up close and personal with a formidable enemy or boss. In those moments, you’ll want to equip the Spectral Blade to perform swift and easy slashes that cut deep and leave no room for foes to counterattack.

With its laser, infinitely sharp edge, the Spectral Blade cuts through pretty much anything. Furthermore, it uses its exclusively equipped Whirlwind mod to create a Neutral Backdash Charge that unleashes a whirlwind of slashes and strikes that take down all enemies within 8m for 75 damage.

As always, you’ll want to upgrade it to its most optimal level. This allows you to scale its damage output from 58.3 to a whopping 106 damage rate.

How to Get Spectral Blade

You’ll first need to get x1 Eidolon Shard, x7 Lumenite Crystal, and x650 Scrap. Then, bring the items over to the McCabe Store to craft the Spectral Blade.

So, what’s your take? Do you agree with our best Medic build in Remnant 2? Are there more builds we should know about? Let us know over on our socials here.

Evans I. Karanja is a freelance writer who loves to write about anything technology. He is always on the lookout for interesting topics, and enjoys writing about video games, cryptocurrency and blockchain and more. When not writing, he can be found playing video games or watching F1.