This article is a guide to Stats and their explanations in the game Outriders. To learn more about how Stats affect your character and gameplay, read on.
List of Contents
Outriders features four general Stats that affect your gameplay: Firepower, Anomaly Power, Health, and Armor. Equipping the right equipment modifies different Stats.
Make sure you choose the right equipment in the Inventory screen to suit your gameplay.
|Skill Damage Bonus||The percentage increase in Anomaly damage dealt by Melee Skills and Status Effects.|
|Status Power||The increase to the damage of Burning, Toxic, and Bleeding, and the increase to the duration of Freeze, Ash, Vulnerable, and Weakness.|
|Global Cooldown Reduction||Reduces the cooldown of your skills.|
|Resistance Pierce||The percentage of enemy Resistance that is ignored when dealing ability damage.|
Anomaly Power refers to the damage dealt whenever you use your skills. Different modifications amplify the effectiveness and cooldowns of various skills. Make sure to experiment with different combinations of mods when you dismantle and craft your weapons.
|Equip Armor that has the Anomaly Power attribute.|
|Use shards on Armor to increase Anomaly Power attribute.|
|Use mods that boost Anomaly Power.|
|Invest points in Class Trees buffs Anomaly Power and skills that rely on Anomaly Power.|
|Weapon Damage Bonus||Percentage increase in damage for all weapons.|
|Critical Chance||The chance to inflict a random critical hit with weapons.|
|Critical Hit Chance||The total Weapon Damage increase of your critical hits and headshots. Includes weapon base damage and all bonuses.|
|Close Range Weapon Bonus||The bonus Weapon Damage dealt to enemies within 10 meters of you.|
|Long Range Weapon Bonus||The bonus Weapon Damage dealt to enemies further than 18 meters from you.|
|Damage Pierce||The percentage of enemy armor that is ignored when dealing Weapon Damage. The higher the enemy's armor, the higher armor piercing will scale and deal greater damage.|
Firepower refers to the weapon damage that your guns can dish out. Different guns offer varied firepower, so be sure to check each gun before you sell or dismantle them.
|Equip Armor that has the attributes Bonus Firepower, Long Range Damage, Close Range Damage or Crit Damage.|
|Use shards on Armor to increase Bonus Firepower, Long Range Damage, Close Range Damage, and Crit Damage attributes.|
|Use mods that boost Weapon Damage.|
|Invest points in Class Trees buffs Anomaly Power and skills that rely on Firepower, Crit Damage, and Weapon Damage.|
Weapon Leech makes your equipped weapon drain health from enemies on each successful hit. The amount of healing received depends on the weapon damage.
On the other hand, Skill Leech drains health from enemies whenever you deal Anomaly damage and status damage (Burn, Toxic, Bleed).
Anomaly damage includes damage dealt from melee attacks and damaging skills. The amount of healing received with Skill Leech scales with your Anomaly damage.
Status Effects (Debuff) Explanation
|Physical Damage Reduction||The protection provided by your armor against enemy physical attacks.|
|Resistance||The protection provided by your gear against Anomaly attacks and Status damage.|
Armor corresponds to the durability of your character in combat. The more Armor upgrades you can mod with your gear, the more resistant you are in a fight.
|Health Regeneration||The amount of Health regained each second.|
|Healing Received Bonus||The bonus healing added to direct Heals. Does not affect Leech and Regeneration.|
|Weapon Life Leech||The percentage of Health regained by dealing Weapon Damage|
|Skill Life Leech||The percentage of Health regained by dealing Anomaly damage. Includes Status damage.|
Health classifies not only your total HP but also the amount of HP you recover in combat. Though all classes have a Health Regeneration mechanism, the Class that should fully utilize this Stat is the Technomancer since they recover a portion of HP relative to the damage they deal.
Beginner's Guide: Tips and Tricks
|Tips and Tricks|
|Cross-Play Multiplayer (Co-Op) Guide||How to Level Up Fast | EXP Farming Guide|
|How to Save Your Progress Guide||World Tier Guide | How to Change Difficulty|
|How to Get Class Points||How to Fast Travel|
|How to Farm Legendary Items||Controls and Best Settings|
|Stats Explanation||Status Effects (Debuff) Explanation|
|How to Interrupt Enemy Attacks and Skills||Dismantling Equipment|
|Endgame Farming Guide||Expeditions Guide (Raids) | How to Unlock the Eye of the Storm|
|How Long is Outriders?||Combat Tips and Techniques|
|Status Resistance and Resistance Piercing||Character Creation and Customization Guide|
|How to Obtain Locked Items||How to Fix Stuck on Signed In Issue|
|How to Get Free Legendary Items||How to Use Shards|
|What Are Story Points?||Does Tiago's Elite Offer Reset?|
Stats Explanation | What is Anomaly Power and How to Boost It
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