Whether you’re just starting Outriders or planning endgame builds, it doesn’t hurt to have a skill tree calculator. Sometimes it’s easier to input your class points online instead of starting up the game. Continue reading our guide below to find a useful calculator and more.
Making Outriders Builds Using the Class Tree Calculator
Outriders has four different classes each with its own class tree that you can add up to 20 class points to. Before you can use all 20 class points, you’ll need to reach the max player level of 30. Despite each class having three unique tree paths, they all seem to build similarly. For example, the trickster is as follows:
- Assassin – Prioritizes nodes around weapon damage.
- Harbinger – These nodes help you stay alive by adding max health, armor, shield, and more.
- Reaver – Similar to the Assassin class path, these nodes focus on anomaly power instead.
While there is still some room for creativity building your class tree, most Outriders builds rely on mods more than anything. If you take a look at our Golem Trickster Build here, you’ll see what we mean. This is because of how weapon and armor mods can significantly amplify your damage and survivability.
Regardless, it’s important to mention that you can reset your class tree in Outriders at any time. This doesn’t cost any resources to do so or require you to be at a specific NPC. You can simply do it by pressing the button prompt near the bottom left corner while on the class tree page. For those playing on PC, you’ll need to hold the Delete/DEL button to do so. Then, a confirmation window will pop up asking if you’re sure you want to reset the tree.
Outriders Class Tree Calculator Link
If you’d still prefer to build your class points online, someone made a useful class/skill tree calculator available here for Outriders. It’s worth mentioning that the calculator doesn’t have descriptions for each node, but it still shows the basics. Also, if the Outriders developer makes any balance changes in-game, the calculator may not stay up to date. However, it’s still worth taking advantage of because you can see all sorts of useful stats based on your node choices.
After picking some nodes on the class tree calculator site, you can scroll down to see your stats. Also, you can select skills here for your build if you plan on sharing it with others. Unfortunately, it becomes a little more obvious that the calculator isn’t up to date here. Depending on the class you check, not all information is available. For example, the Trickster doesn’t have cooldowns listed for certain skills. But, it’s important to point out this isn’t a tool made by the Outriders developer. It’s likely by someone that enjoys the game and wanted to create something useful for others.
If you’re not sure how to share your build using the class/skill tree calculator, all you need to do is copy the URL and share that. And if you’d like to see more Outriders guides, visit our guide hub here for all sorts of useful tips and tricks. We’ve also listed a few guides below that may be of interest to you. If you have any questions regarding Outriders, let us know in the comments below.
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