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Outriders Delayed to April 1


The team behind People Can Fly and Square Enix’s Outriders announced today that the title has been delayed to April 1, 2021.

In a Tweet from the official @Outriders Twitter account, the team will use the extra time to fine tune the game and focus on delivering a fantastic game experience at launch.

To make the wait a little easier, the Tweet also mentions that a free demo for the game will be released on February 25, 2021. With the demo, players will be able to play the first few hours of the title with all four classes in both its single player and its co-op modes. Progress and one’s character can also be migrated to the full release.

You can find the Tweet below:

Outriders is a third-person shooter that mixes in role playing elements. Along the way, players will explore different hub areas, talk to NPCs, and complete side missions. A skill tree and dialog choices have also been included.

The game will come out for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S/X, and PC.

Source: Twitter
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