For other uses, see Battery (disambiguation).
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The name of this subject in the original language, Japanese, is "エネルギーバッテリー".
The Energy Battery, also known as the E-Battery, is an item (used as a weapon game-wise) in the Battle Mode of Half-Life 2: Survivor. It is unlocked by reaching C-Class as the Resistance Engineer, and can be purchased by the Resistance Medic for 40,000 SG. It was added to the game in the Survivor 2.0 update, which was released on November 29, 2007. Combine characters use the Special Magazine instead.
Similarly to many of the grenades, the Energy Battery can be thrown in two ways: primary attack can be used to throw it over medium distances, secondary drops it near the player. While the grenades can usually be rolled with the secondary attack, the Energy Battery can not roll due to its shape, and usually stays right where it has landed.
The thrown Energy Battery looks and functions exactly like the Battery used in Combine devices, and will recover the player's suit power upon pick-up. The amount of recovered power, however, is different: the Energy Battery will recover 45 points, whereas regular battery can only recover 15.
- After being dropped, it can be picked up both by teammates and enemy players, but teammates will also see a flashing Energy Battery symbol with an arrow pointing towards it, even through walls, making it easier for them to find it.
- The model of the Energy Battery is identical to that of the regular Combine Battery, but uses a different, higher quality texture.