Ben Borthwick

Outriders delay confirmed, will now launch February 2

Sq. Enix has confirmed that upcoming Folks Should Fly co-op RPG shooter Outriders has certainly been delayed from its unique ‘Vacation 2020’ launch window and can now launch on February 2, 2021.

Saying the brand new date with a trailer, which you’ll see under, the writer has additionally revealed that the sport will supply full crossplay compatability at launch, permitting gamers to squad up collectively regardless on in the event that they’re taking part in on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Collection S/X, Google Stadia or PC. As well as, those that decide up the sport on PS4 or Xbox One will have the ability to get a free improve to their respective next-gen system. 

On the delay, which was first rumoured due to a date noticed on a Steam itemizing for a pre-order pack for the sport final week Sq. Enix’s Lee Singleton stated “We’re taking a little bit longer to ensure players have the best possible experience with Outriders, we’re also including new features like Cross-Play which will make our game much more accessible on all platforms.”

Outriders is about for launch on Xbox One, Xbox Collection S/X, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Google Stadia and PC from February 2 2021.


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