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Here's How To Find Titanium In Outriders

Outriders just dropped on April 1 for PlayStation, Xbox, and PC. There are a lot of factors to keep in mind for optimizing your gaming experience in this complex and enthralling title. Decisions like picking the right class for your playstyle — out of the four distinct options available — can make a big difference in your success. Given the fact that the game will keep you busy for 40 hours or more, you'll want to go in with some idea of how to make progress efficiently. Namely, when it comes to crafting gear you'll need to advance through Outriders, you have to scrounge up plenty of Titanium.

Titanium is key when it comes to leveling up your weapons. Though there are a few different ways to farm it, it's one of the rarer resources in the game. You'll have to use a combination of all of the strategies below to succeed. Most of all, you'll need a healthy dose of patience and perseverance. Now, it's time to get into the details.

There are a few different sources for Titanium

According to Gamepur, you can get Titanium by deconstructing any Epic and Legendary gear you don't need anymore. Another simple technique is keeping an eye out for Ore Veins hidden throughout the game, though these spots are a pretty uncommon way to find Titanium. Your best bet is to have auto-looting enabled and set to snag Epic and Legendary items, so you can go ahead and convert those into sweet, sweet Titanium.

Though the first two methods aren't super consistent, worry not, because finding Titanium is much easier the farther you get into the game. Once you've leveled your character up to Tier 9 or above, you can earn Titanium every time you increase your World Tier

Additionally, taking down bosses and "high-tier, tough enemies," according to GamePur, is a great way to loot titanium. While you're still early on in the game, try repeating missions with enemies you know will drop titanium, like those at Eagle Peaks.

Now that you know how to find Titanium in Outriders, you'll be ready to dive headfirst into the game. Though there aren't any big changes planned for the game at the moment, Outriders' developer has hinted at possible future expansions. If and when those come to pass, you'll want to have plenty of Titanium on deck.