Modifications in the Outrider are powerful perks attached to various pieces of equipment that can dramatically change your physique. The right mods can mean the difference between a bloody defeat and a sweet win in Outriders. So it’s worth unlocking as many mods as possible in your mod library.
Disassemble equipment with unlearned mods to add to your mod library in Outriders.
If you want to get new mods in Outriders, you have to farm loot first. Mods appear on rare (blue) devices, although there is only one per item. Epics (purple) and Legendary (yellow) both have two mods per item, although Legendaries are the only source of powerful Tier 3 mods.
To learn a mod, all you have to do is disassemble the device it’s attached to. Really, that’s all there is to it. If you’re not sure, you can always head over to the Disassemble All tab at the bottom of your inventory and the crafting UI to see exactly what you get by disassembling the gear you selected, including mods.
There are some indicators in the UI that will tell you whether or not you have added a mod to your mod library. If you see a four quadrant square next to the mod, you already know. A red square (and a red marker) indicate that you equipped this mod on another piece of equipment, not that you already know it. So if you want to get new mods in Outriders, look for the ones that lack the four quadrant square.
At the time of release, your mod library is not shared between characters, so you will have to re-acquire mods for your alts by disassembling the equipment. Since Outriders isn’t stingy when drops fill your mod library, it won’t take too long. You’ll want to venture into higher world levels and eventually into endgame expeditions to get hold of them all, but once you know a mod, you can freely swap it for other pieces of equipment by crafting.
Outrider is now available for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S and Stadia available.
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