As you progress through Outriders Worldslayers, you’ll acquire a variety of armor components, each of which has a unique set of stats, such as Anomaly power. Other than Health, Firepower, and Armor, Anomaly power is a crucial attribute to keep track of. This metric determines the effectiveness of certain gameplay activities. The significance is primarily due to the link between skills and status effects.
As such, Here’s a breakdown explaining what Anomaly Power is, what it does, and how to use it.
How Does Anomaly Power Work in Outriders Worldslayer?
Anomaly Power is similar to Skill Power, but it influences a broader range of damage output. Damage dealt by melee, skills, and status effects is increased by this trait. Due to its ability to increase damage output in three distinct ways, it is a particularly potent stat.
You can view the Outrider’s Anomaly Power in the Inventory Tab of the Hero Menu. This affects the amount of damage that skills inflict to the target. Skills can not only inflict status effects on foes, such as bleeding or vulnerability, but they can also provide buffs for you and your team, such as enhancing mobility, interrupting foes, or providing health and shields.
When combined with certain mods, your skills will gain an advantage in terms of both their effectiveness and their cooldown times. Therefore, it is essential to select the appropriate armor set in order to maximize one’s Anomaly Power.
How to Increase Anomaly Power in Outriders Worldslayer
Your Outriders’ Anomaly Power can be increased in a number of ways, and the best way you can do this is in a class tree.
It’s best to stick to the lower half of the class tree if your primary means of dealing damage is through melee, skills, and status effects. With each node of anomaly power, you’ll be able to gain a percentage rise. Armor pieces with anomaly power rolled on them can also be sought out.
In addition, the Anomaly Power trait can be enhanced even higher by spending Shards on certain Armor. Your Anomaly Power will also be boosted even further if you allocate class points to a Class Tree. In other words, the more Anomaly Power you have, the more damage your skills can deal.