Let’s be frank: Outriders’ cutscenes aren’t something you’re likely to enjoy. The dialogue can be too hammy, and the camera will shake like crazy unless you’ve tweaked some of the game’s settings. That’s why absolutely no one will judge you for wanting to know how to skip cutscenes and dialogue in Outriders.
And we can help you do just that. In this guide, we’ll walk you through how to get through cinematics and ‘talky bits’ as fast as possible so you can keep yourself immersed in the gameplay.
How to Skip Cutscenes and Dialogue in Outriders
Like with most modern games, skipping cutscenes and dialogue in Outriders is easy once you know what to do.
For cutscenes, simply hold down the Circle button on PlayStation consoles or the B button on Xbox Consoles. This will skip you past any cinematic that is currently playing, and drop you back into the gameplay.
The controls are the same for skipping dialogue, but you’ll need to keep pressing the button repeatedly to skip each block of text that pops up. It can be a bit of a pain, but it’s nothing some dedicated button-mashing can’t see you through.
That’s all there is to it, really. While the story is a big part of the overall experience the game tries to provide, it doesn’t force you to sit through cutscenes and dialogue in any way, shape, or form. If you’d rather focus on the gameplay, and the gameplay alone, it’ll let you do that with minimal hassle.
Hopefully, this cleared up how to skip cutscenes and dialogue in Outriders. For more on the game, check out our guide wiki. It has a ton of other guides on hot topics like how to change your outfit and whether or not there’s romance.
There should also be some articles related to the game down below that might pique your interest.