OUTRIDERS features an extensive suite of advanced display options for players to tweak their setup to get the most out of their PC, along with support for 13 languages, UI customisation options, full cross-play across all platforms, ultra wide screen support, Dynamic Resolution Scaling to ensure performance stays solid, and full NVIDIA DLSS support.
The People Can Fly team has worked hard to ensure a consistent frame rate regardless of PC capabilities, and our hardware requirements are geared towards ensuring players will always be enjoying buttery smooth 60fps on PC.
“OUTRIDERS by SQUARE ENIX and People Can Fly is a new drop-in-drop-out co-op shooter set in an original, dark and desperate sci-fi universe”, according to their own words.
A trailer for OUTRIDERS showcasing all the options available on the PC version of the game that can be tailored to fit a gamer’s needs. They cover things like frame rate locking, pad and keyboard support and customization, and toggle-able settings like you’re used to seeing in any standard PC game. They also give vital information to let a user know certain things so they do not get disappointed when they first buy the game. Things such as letting you know there’s no in-game Photo Mode, but that they do support NVidia Ansel and that they have full crossplay support between every platform that supports the game, which is Playstation 4 and 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S and X, Epic, Steam, and even Stadia.
You are given all of this information, including minimum PC requirements and what the game looks like running on those settings. It seems to me that People Can Fly and SQUARE ENIX are being insanely cautious and being completely transparent, especially since the Cyberpunk 2077 fiasco involving CD Project Red. Looks good in my opinion, and seems that they are putting quite a lot of love into this game.Demo & Release
Play the OUTRIDERS demo on February 25, 2021, available free for everyone on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
OUTRIDERS will release on PlayStation 5®, PlayStation 4®, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and PC on April 1st, 2021, and Google Stadia later in 2021.
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