IGN has the tips and tricks, strategies and secrets you must be successful in Outriders.
The following tips apply to the Outriders demo as well as the full game. The demo for Outriders will be available for the foreseeable future, and your progress will continue, so this page will be relevant to you regardless of which version you are playing.
- Healing in Outriders is primarily accomplished by aggressively using your Classes‘capabilities. Each class can gain health in different ways that also suit their playstyle. It’s important to understand how your character heals, as is knowing that just hiding behind shelter and taking neat photos won’t always do the trick. job.
- Devastators gain health by killing enemies at close range, just like Tricksters
- Technomancers have the best leech in life. So it is best to stay behind most of the time.
- Once you have completed the Prologue for the first time, you’ll be able to skip a lot of it when you start new characters. This means you can easily walk into a new class and start learning its skills, which can be helpful if you decide you’d rather try a different class after you’ve made your initial choice.
- The difficulty in Outriders is largely influenced by the world level. As you level up and explore you will unlock additional world levels starting from level 0 that you have at the start. Each consecutive world level will offer better chances of rewards – but tougher enemies. If you’re having trouble, check your current world level to see if things can be lowered – and if you’re not lucky enough to find some good loot, level up!
- You can take advantage of all the Outriders that play solo, but be aware that nonstop co-op is also available for teams of 3 to complete more difficult challenges.
- Outriders includes the ability to use Cross-Play, allowing you to play with other people on different consoles. Once enabled in the settings menu, you can request a cross-play game code to share with friends on other platforms so that they can join your team by selecting the Join a game option. using a code, then using the game code provided.
- Some side quests will reward you with in-game consequences like opening a new merchant with a permanent discount. You can also replay these side missions as much as you want, which can be a great way to earn XP fast.
- Each class has fast reload capabilities, often with cooldowns of less than 20 seconds. Use them as often as possible, as they will come in handy for dealing big damage, controlling groups of enemies, healing and more!
- Look for enemies who will try to throw grenades for cover. If you can shoot them quickly as they get up, you can get them to drop their grenade and blow themselves up.
- All Classes can use any type of weapon you find, but be sure to look at skills your class can take advantage of as some can boost certain types of close range or support weapons.
- Each class has three main skill trees that change your playstyle slightly. Take the time to see which one has the skills that reflect what you like to do best, and note where you can dive twice in other trees to learn. some extra skills along the way.
- You’ll earn 20 Class Points to put in your skill tree, so you won’t be able to choose everything at once. However, you can always reallocate your class points for free, so feel free to experiment!
- Unless you’re the team’s dedicated sniper, you don’t stay in one place for too long – and even then, it’s a good idea to keep moving. Although coverage is definitely mandatory, especially when playing one of the squishers Classes Like the Trickster or Technomancer, enemies won’t waste time flanking you, rushing you, or throwing grenades to get you out of cover.
- There is a handy setting in the options menu that lets you select the rarity of the gear you collect automatically if you don’t want common gear flooding your inventory.
- In the beginning, it is better to sell your common (white) and unusual (green) equipment instead of taking it apart, as you get more waste this way. Once you’ve unlocked the crafting, keep selling your Common Gear, but use your iron to upgrade the Unusual Gear to Rare (Blue) before you take it apart. Dismantling Rare allows you to gain more mods and iron for future equipment crafting.
- Remember to visit the World Tier and Accolades menus every now and then to claim rewards as you complete new milestones. These rewards can give you resources, currency, and gear, as well as exclusive customization items such as emotes, truck and flag customization options.
- When fighting modified enemies, knowing how to interrupt their special attacks is extremely important. Look for their yellow bar and cast one of your Interrupt skills – you can hover over your abilities in the Skills menu to check which ones have the Interrupt property.
- Some boss abilities will be too quick to interrupt unless you’re lucky, so keep an eye out for when they plan to heal themselves as these abilities tend to have a longer cast time.
- If you’ve unlocked multiple interrupt skills, do your best to alternate between them, as modified enemies will adapt and become resistant to your interrupts if you use them too frequently.
- Once you reach World Level 4, you will have a chance to drop Legendary, either from a Loot Chest found in the world, or from a Weathered Captain or an enemy boss. Keep an eye out!