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Outriders: Is There a Difficulty Trophy & Achievement; Answered

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Outriders is here and players are now able to jump into the latest game from developer People Can Fly and publisher Square Enix. The game mixes in both RPG and third-person shooter mechanics to create a game that is kind of like a cross between The Division and Borderlands 3. If you’re here, you’re probably wondering how much you need to worry about a difficulty trophy or achievement in Outriders. Here’s what you need to know.

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Difficulty Trophy & Achievement in Outriders

Good news, if you’re worried about locking yourself out of trophies and achievements in Outriders. There are no difficulty trophies or achievements whatsoever in Outriders.

You can complete all of Outriders on World Tier 1, 5, 10 whatever you want, it doesn’t matter. You will be able to get all of the trophies and achievements possible in the game without needing to worry about that. That doesn’t mean getting all of them will be easy, it just means that you at least don’t have to worry about missing something based on something like difficulty.

Playing on higher world tiers does have its perks though. While it is much more difficult, you’ll get better XP, more drops, and higher-quality weapons and armor that can be over-leveled, giving you a slight edge if you were to go back down.

If you’re looking for more information about World Tiers in Outriders, definitely check out our guide on that topic which can explain how to change them, and why you should consider tweaking it during your run through the campaign of Outriders as it’s the only real way to shift the difficulty around.

That’s all you need to know for Outrider’s difficulty trophies and achievements. There aren’t any! For more tips, tricks and FAQs answered, be sure to check out our Outriders wiki guide. You’ll find lots of answered to things you may have wondered, or perhaps stuff you didn’t even realize you needed a guide for.


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Ed McGlone was with Twinfinite from 2014 to 2022. Playing games since 1991, Ed loved writing about RPGs, MMOs, sports games and shooters.