Over 2 Million Folks Downloaded the Outriders Demo in Week 1; Devs Announce Upcoming Modifications


Folks Can Fly, the developer behind the upcoming looter-shooter, Outriders, introduced right now that over 2 million individuals downloaded the lately launched demo for the sport in its first week of availability.

Whereas the Outriders demo is free and it doesn’t translate to any precise cash but, it’s an indication that there’s a large quantity of curiosity a minimum of within the sport.

Along with the pat on the ol’ again, PCF additionally introduced what updates gamers can count on for the demo and for the total launch on April 1.

There’s a patch on the best way for the demo that may add a toggle for movement blur, and in addition tackle some annoying bugs.

An replace on March 5, tomorrow, will make some gameplay modifications that may have an effect on gamers taking part in the demo now, and it’s protected to imagine that it’s going to carry over to the principle sport assuming it isn’t modified once more.

This contains firming down Captain mobs, beefing up Gauss, and firming down some loot farm strategies that PCF felt have been “not inside the spirit of the sport.”

On loot particularly:

  • Epic gadgets will not seem in outlets and distributors (inside the demo).
  • Chests will not drop legendary gadgets.
  • Aspect quest rewards (on repeat runs) will now have an opportunity to drop legendary gadgets.

The devs addressed the quilt system. A standard criticism inside the neighborhood is that it’s not nice. PFC revealed that it’s one thing they’re engaged on enhancing. Whereas it gained’t be prepared for the demo you possibly can count on bug fixes for canopy areas and fixes for systematic points which are making the quilt system not work nicely in accordance with PCF.

For those who haven’t tried the demo but however desire a really feel for what to anticipate, take a look at a number of vital particulars we realized from our time with the demo.


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