Since Outriders is a looter shooter, many of you are probably wondering what the max level is. Before we get into that, it’s almost important to mention that armor and weapons also have their own level. Continue reading below to learn the max level for each, because they are surprisingly different.
What is the Max Level?
The quick answer is that the max level for your character/class is 30. As you don’t get class points for every level, you’ll only get 20 points to spend on your class tree. Fortunately, you can still respec your class at any time by resetting the entire tree for free. This makes it a little easier to experiment with different builds and paths.
If you’re wondering what the item max level is, this seems to be 50. Once you get to level 30, you don’t need to worry about being behind on your class level to wear better gear. However, that doesn’t mean you can stash high-level gear for your low-level characters. You’ll still need to level them up before they can equip gear near their level. So long as you keep grinding the Outriders endgame content, you’ll continue getting better gear and currency for buying new equipment too.
As many looter shooter games work, you’ll continue to get much higher numbers on all your stats as you go. Whether that includes significantly higher firepower or more health for staying alive. Eventually, you can hit damage numbers as high as millions when hitting enemies. This all depends on having a strong build with the right items and mods, however. There seems to be decent potential right now for all classes to perform well in the endgame.
If people are interested, we may write up some builds we’re using and noticing around the Outriders community. One of the toughest parts of getting a good build going is having every mod. Unfortunately, because of how the crafting system works, you’ll need to unlock every mod by dismantling it once.
For now, if this guide helped you learn something, be sure to check out our Outriders guide hub here for more content. We’ve listed a few useful guides below that may be of interest to you.
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