Studio People Can Fly has announced that their upcoming third-person shooter game, Outriders, will be delayed to April. However, they will release its demo in late February, which will feature all the full game classes.
The news came via an official post on Outriders’ Twitter account. According to the development team, they will be publishing a free demo of the Outriders on February 25, 2021, for gaming PC and consoles. This lets players experience its gameplay and decide whether Outriders is something they would want to preorder and play in the future. The demo will include the first few hours of the game, and players will have the chance to experience all the four classes present in the game.
The Outriders demo will also include single and co-op game modes. Again, it will come with seamless migration of your created character and your game progress once the full game has been released.
Regarding the demo, the developers further explained their decision to move the game’s release to April 1, 2021. They will also spend the time to also tune the game and focus on delivering a fantastic play experience to its fans once launched.
This is the second time Outriders has been delayed. The game was supposed to be released around November-December 2020. However, due to the coronavirus pandemic’s circumstances, it was pushed back to February 2021. This new release date puts its two months away from its original plan, but this also means that fans will expect more from the game.
Outriders is a co-op RPG third-person shooter video game set in an original and dark sci-fi universe. In this game, you create your own Outrider to start your journey across a hostile planet. Travel through forests, mountains, and desert to pursue a mysterious signal that can help you change the universe.