Developer People Can Fly have announced their upcoming co-op shooter RPG Outriders will be delayed to April 1st to “fine tune the game”.
Outriders Delayed to April 1st; Demo Releasing February 25th
Developer People Can Fly have announced upcoming co-op shooter RPG Outriders has been delayed to April 1st. While you might be wary that this might be an April fools joke because of date, the developer confirms this is “no joke”. The reason for the delay is to “fine tune the game”.
The message shared on the official Outriders Twitter account also announced that a demo would be coming on February 25th 2021, meaning you can check out the game for free before the launch in April. The message outlines that players will get a few hours and be able to try the four classes which are Trickster, the Pyromancer, Devastator and Technomancer.
An important update regarding Outriders. pic.twitter.com/HHZrq5GIik
— Outriders (@Outriders) January 6, 2021
Outriders was originally set to release in the holiday season of 2020, but was later delayed to February 2nd 2021, but will now be releasing at the end of Feb. Outriders will have full cross-play support, meaning everyone across platforms can co-op together. Players will also receive free game upgrades from PS4 to PS5 as well as there is support for Xbox platforms through the smart delivery system. So even if you don’t the next-gen console by the release date, you can still pick up a copy without the worry.
Outriders is set to release on February 25th 2021 for PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X and PC via the Epic Games Store and Steam. Stadia support will be coming later in 2021.
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