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Outriders Worldslayer Announced

A massive upgrade for People Can Fly and Square Enix’s high-intensity looter shooter, Outriders Worldslayer has been announced.

With support for up to three player co-op, players will be able to begin with the original Outriders campaign or can utilize the all-new Level 30 Boost to jump straight into the Worldslayer content.

This upgrade will pay host to the deadliest Altered ever encountered: Ereshkigal. Be warned, though; even greater horrors exist in the ultimate endgame experience, set in the ancient ruins of Tarya Gratar.

Learn more with the spotlight trailer for the game below:

Outriders Worldslayer Reveal Spotlight [ESRB]

You can also watch the full 13 minute Outriders broadcast below:

Outriders Worldslayer Reveal Broadcast

Bartek Kmita, Creative Director at People Can Fly, had to say the following:

“We can’t wait for players to experience WORLDSLAYER. In addition to a whole new story, we’ve introduced a number of new features that really expands and improves on everything players loved about the original game. WORLDSLAYER includes nearly a hundred new legendary items, higher gear level caps, Apocalypse tier difficulty, Apocalypse gear, and new ways to progress your Outrider with the all-new PAX tree and Ascension levels. Not to mention the Trial of Tarya Gratar, a new endgame experience that’s different from anything we’ve done in OUTRIDERS before.”Bartek Kmita

You can read our review of the original Outriders here.

Outriders Worldslayer will come out for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PC (via Steam, Epic Games Store and Windows Store), Google Stadia, and Nvidia GeForce Now on June 30, 2022.

[infobox style=’success’ static=’1′]Source: Press Release[/infobox]

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