Outriders: the future of the game will depend on sales at launch

In a month, Outriders will be released, type game looter shooter developped by People Can Fly and edited by Square Enix. If the title can make you think of The Division or Destiny, it is not, however, a game as a service, all content will be available at launch, but the developers are already thinking about the future, which will depend a lot on the business performance ofOutriders.

In an interview with VG247, the game director Bartosz Kmita spoke about the future of his game, which could be entitled to additional content :

Even though the game is not going very well, we still have plans to make some balance adjustments and other things. But if the game is more successful and people love it, we’ll be more than happy to create more adventures – it depends on how players react to the game and how they feel about the game overall. Game.

People Can Fly relies heavily on Outriders, it is indeed the first new license of the Polish studio for 10 years, with Bulletstorm, the team having subsequently helped Epic Games on the Gears of War and Fortnite.

This is the ultimate flagship for us People Can Fly. I can’t say it’s the same for Square Enix, but they gave us a lot of support and had confidence in the product – which started out as a much smaller game.

We see that faith in how it has evolved over the past two years. It’s a very important game for all of us, and we hope people enjoy it.

As a reminder, an Outriders demo was released this week, and the game’s release date is set as of April 1, 2021 on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S and Stadia. You can pre-order the game in edition day one at € 54.99 on Amazon.

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