Explanation of Damage Types | The Outer Worlds

This is the page for the Explanation of Damage Types in the game The Outer Worlds. In here, we will go in-depth about the Damage Types available in the game.

This is the page for the Explanation of Damage Types in the game The Outer Worlds. In here, we will go in-depth about the Damage Types available in the game.

Damage Types

Damage Types in this game play a huge role. These are stats that affect Combat. They are passive, and affect how your character survives the harsh world of the planets in Halcyon.

Damage Information

There are five different damage types in the game. Here they are and what weapons cause them:

Name Effect Weapon Example
Physical Weak against Armor. This damage type is available in the game from the start Blad on Stik_The Outer Worlds_2
Shock The perfect damage type to use against Automechanicals. Some weapons are already optimized with mods containing this damage type
Plasma Use gainst Flesh-type enemies like Marauders, but absolutely do not go against Mantisaurs using this type of damage Plasma Rifle_The Outer Worlds
Corrosive Good against Enemies with strong Armor such as Automechanicals, Mantisaurs, and Marauders using Heavy Armor Officer
N-Ray Any Organic enemy (Aliens and Humans) can't stand a chance against a weapon using this type of damage, but non-organics (Automechanicals) can

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