Outriders

Outriders for PS5, Xbox Series X, PS4, Xbox One, & PC Revealing New Gameplay Next Week; Teaser Released

Today Square Enix and People Can Fly announced that new info and gameplay about the upcoming cross-gen game Outriders will be broadcasted next week.

Today Square Enix and People Can Fly announced that new info and gameplay about the upcoming cross-gen game Outriders will be broadcasted next week.

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The livestream will be the first of a monthly series “diving deep” into the features of the title.

The first broadcast, happening on Twitch on May 28 at 9 am PDT, will be titled “Built to the Core” and it will feature “brand-new gameplay, areas, never-before-seen powers, character class deep dives, development updates, and more.”

The press release included a statement by Creative Director Bartek Kmita:

“Obviously, things are a little bit strange in the world right now, and we’re all adapting the best we can. We’ve prioritized our people’s safety and all 250+ of us on the team are working from home and staying healthy. We’re still working hard on the development of OUTRIDERS and keeping on track for a Holiday 2020 release,

With the cancellation of some of gaming’s biggest events of the year, we’ve looked for new ways to share news about Outriders with players. We’re really excited to present new details of what we’re working on every month from this point forward with the OUTRIDERS Broadcasts.” 

Below you can check out a teaser trailer.

Outriders was originally revealed at E3 2019, and then went back under the radar until a few weeks ago, when it received a cinematic trailer. We recently got a gameplay reveal and several related videos, alongside more clips and tons of information form the developers shared at PAX East, additional screenshots, and another gallery.

Of course, you shouldn’t forget to read our hands-on preview, which also includes more commentary from the devs.

Outriders will be one of the first cross-gen games and it’ll launch in the 2020 Holiday season for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC via Steam.


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