Outriders is a third person role playing shooter developed by People Can Fly and published by Square Enix.
It features solo play, as well as co-op play for upto three players.
People Can Fly says it estimates "between 2 and 3 million units" sold though it doesn't have any concrete data for the same.
The news comes from Square Enix president Yosuke Matsuda, who made the comments during the company’s full year financial results briefing.
The patch is hopefully releasing tomorrow.
Outriders has been a huge hit for Square Enix.
Players who lost inventories and couldn't login are being prioritized first.
The Trickster's "Hunt the Prey" skill should also work properly now.
The studio will be referred to as People Can Fly Chicage.
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Outriders also had a strong debut, ranking third overall.
People Can Fly is still working to restore the inventories of affected players.
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People Can Fly outlines its intentions for item restoration in the coming weeks.
Trickster, Technomancer and Pyromancer see adjustments to several perks.
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The patch is planned to go live next week.
The package will go to those who play between March 31 and April 11.
A looter-shooter that knows its strengths.
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The developer acknowledges that there's been some issues with the game's online functions.
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Game director Bartek Kmita says the Outriders universe has "many more stories to tell."
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It's currently in Steam's top ten games based on player count.
People Can Fly's looter shooter is out now for all platforms.
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Several things have been tweaked based on feedback from the demo.
Some more key details for People Can Fly's upcoming looter shooter.
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PC options remain somewhat undefined.
People Can Fly doesn't expect "having similar issues like other developers."
People Can Fly are focused on releasing a complete package, rather than chopping stuff out and releasing it as post-launch DLC.
People Can Fly discuss anything and everything Outriders.
A new cinematic trailer of the game has also been revealed.
"We fully understand that’s the missing part that should be there," says the developer.
People Can Fly says it is focused on "just delivering the whole product".
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It will be available for Xbox consoles and Android users.
The patch is out for PlayStation and PC now, with Xbox to come soon.
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The company also details some changes that will be coming to the demo.
It comes down to co-op and lack of dedicated servers.
People Can Fly says they aim to deliver a single, great experience.
The previously mentioned 4K/30 FPS performance was an error.
The game's Director says even if the game doesn't do well, there will be post-launch support.
However, you'll still need to access a server to play the game.
Bartek Kmita says they took the time to iron out several smaller issues.
New video highlights 10 reasons to play the upcoming demo.
The episode will focus on the demo that will drop a day later.
An early look at the tech powering People Can Fly's upcoming looter shooter.
The demo will be completely free and remain live even after the game launches.
You will be able to watch your friend's play in real time with Connect.
Other options like ultrawide screen support and Nvidia DLSS support also confirmed.
People Can Fly's RPG shooter has been delayed again.
There are very limited spots open for the beta.
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The looter shooter's core end-game content and fourth playable class receive details at last.
The Technomancer class will also be in the spotlight.
Next-gen upgrades have also been confirmed.
People Can Fly's shooter has been primed for a Holiday 2020 release for a few months.
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The fourth and final class can alternate between crowd control and artillery fire.
New gameplay and the Devastator class will also be showcased.
"f we did a game-as-a-service, we would probably start chopping everything into sub-content," says game director Bartosz Kmita.
People Can Fly's upcoming RPG shooter is looking rather impressive.
People Can Fly are focusing on fleshing out the game's campaign for now.
At the recent Stadia Connect event, a host of titles were revealed for the service.
"Games are not super cheap, so we have to give value for the money that people are paying," says game director Bartek Kmita.
Depending on one's playstyle, the main campaign with all of its side content may take 40 hours.
The latest stream also introduces the truck, which acts as a traveling base of sorts.
More details on the Pyromancer class will also be provided.
People Can Fly's upcoming looter shooter receives tons of new information.
Once a month, Square is going to bring us various news on the game's content.
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Two of the game's three classes get shown off in brief new clips.
Some streamers get their hands on a preview build of the shooter.
"It wouldn't be wise to directly compete against two sci-fi shooter RPG juggernauts," says the developer.
Windy deserts with poor visibility clash with alien forests and ruins.
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Square Enix has unveiled its line-up for the upcoming convention.
The developer talks about why the loot-shooter's release date was pushed back.
The RPG hybrid will allegedly not be a live service title.
People Can Fly's RPG shooter bears a few similarities to the likes of The Division and Destiny.
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Director Bartek Kmita and lead writer Joshua Rubin will showcase the RPG shooter.
New trailer and details also released for the co-op RPG shooter.
More information will be revealed this Winter.
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To be announced at E3?
What could they be working on?
Won't be at E3 2017.