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The latest shooter from People Can Fly, Outriders, has recently been delayed by a little while but at least a demo will be coming out soon. So, in preparation for the demo, Square Enix has released the official Outriders PC system requirements and they're not that demanding.
The sci-fi co-op third person shooter RPG, Outriders (wow that’s a mouthful) has once again been delayed. This time moving the launch from February to April. However, the developers People Can Fly will be releasing an official demo in February for players to get familiar with the title before launch.
It wasn’t very surprising to hear that Bulletstorm and Gears of War: Judgement to life, but it was surprising to see that it was taking a lot of gameplay elements from typical modern-day looter shooters. Thankfully, a rep from the studio announced that there will be no microtransactions present, and that the gameplay is not at all planned to be a 'games as a service' title, so yippee to us!
UPDATE: Square Enix and People Can Fly have unleashed the first gameplay from Outriders, meaning the first ever footage from a confirmed next-gen console title. Outriders is coming to PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X and Xbox One later this year.
Square Enix has just announced a mysterious new game known as ‘Outriders’.