Nisha is a force all unto herself in Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel. Her Showdown skills allows Nisha to destroy enemies with pinpoint accuracy thanks to automated aiming and reload speed boosts. If you’re here, you’re probably wondering how to build Nisha in Borderlands The Pre-Sequel in order to make her play at maximum efficiency. Here’s our suggestions.
How to Build Nisha in Borderlands The Pre-Sequel
Outside of Showdown, Nisha isn’t just a one trick pony. Most of her skills are built around raining bullet-shaped death upon whoever dares stand before her. Leveling her up, though, can at times be difficult. With such a wealth of different talents on offer, most of which are useful, it can be hard to work out exactly where you should be putting those skill points.
The original Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel capped players at level 50, whereas in The Handsome Collection (or after purchasing the correct DLC on PC or last-gen consoles) allows characters to be leveled all the way up to 70.
While this does allow you to make use of an absolute smorgasbord of different talents, it’s still a limiting factor. Yes with a maximum of 67 skill points available to you, it can be easier to make the right build. That doesn’t mean that enemies get any easier to kill.
If anything, they become more difficult as Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel goes on, meaning you’ll have to efficiently create a build that fits your play-style.
That’s where this guide comes in, really. First, we’re going to offer you some guidance on building Nisha into a beast while leveling in Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, then offer you a selection of different builds to use at the maximum level available in Borderlands: The Handsome Collection. Without further ado, let’s get to leveling.
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