Set to release on April 1st, 2021, OUTRIDERS seeks to draw PC users with DLSS, RTX, and UI customization features. Here’s what you need to know ahead of the Demo on February 25th, 2021.Continue reading
Square Enix and developer People Can Fly have revealed that their upcoming title, Outriders, has been delayed by two months. To remedy the delay, Square and People Can Fly have revealed an upcoming demo for the hotly-anticipated title.Continue reading
In a surprise announcement, Square Enix has revealed that its upcoming title from developer People Can Fly, OUTRIDERS, will be coming to Google Stadia in 2020, bringing the co-op action experience to an even larger player base.
From the iconic creators of the Final Fantasy and Tomb Raider franchises, prepare for one of the most explosive titles yet from the developers at People Can Fly. Here’s what you need to know about the upcoming RPG shooter.
+Heavily upgraded graphics and performance
+Online multiplayer offers insanely fun arcade style cooperative play
+Duke Nukem DLC.. That is all.
-Multiplayer can lag a bit.
-Lack of communication in the game takes away when not grouped with other players
When we saw a trend of remakes getting done, it was clear that there were many games fans would want, and many of those games would no doubt see the light of day. From Resident Evil to Darksiders to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered helped bring forth the idea of what game remastering can be like. It brought forth a valid question of whether or not games could be lost to time. With smash-hit sales in the years before as well as a rather ubiquitous sales as well as cultural marks.
Bulletstorm is one of those games that just managed to fascinate its fans with its ability to lure in rewards for styles of killing enemies, working with their friends, and even pushing them through the games campaign. However, the question remains: Do games deserve a second chance like this? That’s the biggest question of them all. With new state-of-the-art hardware. Do these games deserve a second chance even if they possibly failed to succeed the first time around?
Have you ever just had a day where you want to get home, pick up your controller, and mercilessly lasso an enemy into a devastating twister of carnage filled destruction? What if People Can Fly’s game Bulletstorm was able to get a relaunch to allow such an adventure? What if we were also to say that you can expect such a thing coming April 7th, 2017 on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One? You’d probably grow rather excited, right? Well get excited, because it’s only two weeks out.