Are you struggling with understanding the various stats and abilities of your Atlas character? Fear not, as this guide is here to help you! Atlas is a complex game that requires a deep understanding of character stats to maximize your character’s potential. In this guide, we will explore each of the character stats in detail and provide you with tips and tricks on how to optimize your character’s build to suit your playstyle. We’ll also cover how each stat affects gameplay, as well as how they interact with one another. By the end of this guide, you’ll have a solid grasp of all the important character stats in Atlas, and you’ll be well on your way to mastering this challenging game. So grab a pen and paper and get ready to take some notes – it’s time to become an expert in Atlas character stats!
Updated on: 3.23.2023
Character Stats Building
There is a total of 8 Character stats: Health, Stamina, Food, Water, Oxygen, Fortitude, Weight and Intelligence.
- Health – is in my opinion the most important Character Stat and you should lots of points into it, especially if you intend to do PvP Ship raids.
- Stamina – Is situational, meaning it depends on what kind of content you’re aiming to do.
- Food – I would advise against placing a lot of stat points into it because if you’re a serious player you MUST have consumption-ready food in your inventory at all times.
- Water – Is a good thing to stat into because you might sometimes find yourself dehydrated.
- Oxygen – Only good if you plan on diving a lot.
- Fortitude – Grants you more defense.
- Intelligence – Self explanatory.
- Weight – Lets you carry more items in your inventory (Load stat).
The best character stat build is obviously to put a good amount of points into all of the stats that you think are necessary depending on your playstyle (PvP or PvE) and then max out your Health.
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Literally 0 information, except some incorrect generic statements. Fortitude does not grant you more defence. It increases your hypothermic and hyperthermic insulation. Stamina is about as situational as health, except it’s nowhere near as good, which is why “situational” without any further explanation is pointless. But not quite as pointless as “Intelligence – Self Explanatory”. Given that intelligence is used in a vast number of different games with a massive difference in application between them, it really is not self explanatory. Intelligence currently increases crafting speed, provides a boost to blueprint based % modifiers, and reduces the cooldown on abilities. Finally, oxygen is only good if you’re diving a lot if for some reason you’re diving a lot without a diving suit. Otherwise it’s just plain useless. Also, water is never a good stat to waste points in.
Essentially this is an extremely broad and mostly incorrect half-assed attempt, much like most of the other guides here. There is nothing more irritating than attempting to find information that isn’t readily available on the wiki (which you flat out plagiarize endlessly) only to receive bad opinions dressed as facts.