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Here are some new screenshots for the upcoming co-op RPG shooter, Outriders

People Can Fly has released a new set of screenshots for its upcoming co-op shooter, Outriders. Furthermore, Square Enix has announced the second Outriders Broadcast. Thanks to this special broadcast, players will learn about the game’s visceral powers, brutal combat and enthralling environments.

Outriders is a 1-3 player, drop-in-drop-out, co-op shooter, set in an original dark and desperate sci-fi universe. The game promises to be a dark modern third-person shooter with a strong story.

In Outriders, players will create their own Outrider and embark on a journey across a hostile planet. The game also promises to feature rich storytelling with a diverse world. Thus, players will leave behind the slums and shanty towns of the First City and traverse forests, mountains and deserts in pursuit of a mysterious signal.

Additionally, Outriders aims to combine intense gunplay with violent powers, along with an arsenal of increasingly twisted weaponry and gear-sets.

The game targets a Holiday 2020 release, and will come out on both current-gen and next-gen platforms. Furthermore, and as we’ve already reported, none of the creatives behind the old People Can Fly games is there anymore.

Enjoy!

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