This gadget cools once a minute, and can be used 4 times in a standard match.
When you killed the user, then resurrected, use your most efficient weapon and kill the user again.
The resurrected opponent only has their health fully restored, and not their armor. Thus, if you had a difficult time getting past their armor, this makes it easier to kill them a second time.
It also happens to their ammunition, where they keep the ammo count they had before they died, so they can run into a shortage of ammunition, making them easier to kill.
The Resurrection has a cooldown of 60 seconds, so they have to wait quite a bit to use it again. Try keeping track of when you killed them. For example: If an opponent resurrected 3 minutes and 26 seconds before the match ends, then you'll know the opponent will be able to resurrect again when there are 2 minutes and 26 seconds left in the match.
Try getting the opponent to waste their Resurrection by using a Voodoo Snowman before killing them again after Resurrection, although this sacrifices your ability to get another free kill later in the game.
Get close to your target and use the Disabler gadget, it will prevent them from using their gadgets for a few seconds, including the Resurrection gadget.
You can easily tell when a player has used their Resurrection if:
One: There are no points rewarded for killing them.
Two: If in all of the competitive modes (except in Deadly Games and Co-op Survival), there is not a kill point added to your score.
Three: You killed a player, then after 2 to 3 seconds, you see the same player having a yellow light flashes on their character.
After the opponent is killed but about to resurrect, keep distance to avoid death from a counter-attack. Keep in mind that the resurrected opponent will have invincibility for a few seconds, so be cautious.
Use the Dragon Whistle as your backup in order to kill the user who was recently revived by it.
Use the Void Ray Rifle to kill users with the Resurrection so they won’t be able to revive as the weapon blocks gadget use.
After killing a player and they are about to resurrect, immediately use the Singular Grenade to suck them in, then quickly finish him/her.
This makes it the first gadget to be removed from the game.
This was added in the 11.1.0 update along with 22 other gadgets.
This is the same as respawning, except you only have your full health back, the ammunition is not reset to default, your killstreaks are reset and you automatically resurrect upon death and at the same spot where you have last died.
However, if you have died by killing yourself from a map hazard, you will resurrect in an original spawn point.
The Pixel Gun Company has misspelled the attribute Resurrection, making it being called "Ressurection" with 2 's'es and 1 'r' instead of 1 's' and 2 'r's.
This gadget may be a reference to Mercy from Blizzard Entertainment's Overwatch. The weapon is a slender rod with a rather angelic design to it, similar to Mercy's angelic appearance and staff. Both are also able to revive a player from the dead, with full health as well.
It resembles a Caduceus. Although the lack of the serpents.
This is the only gadget that is activated automatically without the player's influence, only activating once the player was killed.
Even then, you can still slide your gadget panel over and select the Resurrection, although you're unable to manually activate it.
In the 12.5.0, the cooldown was increased to 80 seconds.
However, this was reverted back to 60 seconds in the 12.5.3 update.
It is now the most commonly used gadget in later gameplay (level 32 or above).