Errrm if you can buy more lots that will obviously affect your P&L.
Your profit factor will not be affected by leverage ONLY if you buy the same amount of lot as you would buy or higher/lower/no leverage. In other words if you don't use one of the benefits of higher leverage, ie buy more lots for lower nominal balance.
Say you buy 100,000 EUR/USD at no leverage = around 113k USD. 1pip gain = 10USD per pip as you say.
Now, if you have x10 leverage you can buy the same lot for only 10k, and if you can still afford the 113k USD investment it is quite natural that you will make the same befit of going for 100kx10, so then you will have 10 lots where 1pip = 100USD profit per pip. Again if you do the same for x100 leverage assuming you have the initial 113k nominal capital to invest that's gonna bring a 1pip profit to 1k USD..... You will be faced with the dilemma whether to leverage up both profit and loss for the lower capital, then again the question is why leverage at all if you will be boosting up the loss possibility in ABSOLUTE terms.
Anybody who trades at leverage at x200 or above is risking far too much in these markets if they are making use of the benefit of the leverage, in other words stack up more positions at a lower capital. It requires damn good risk management and experience.