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New screenshots and co-op gameplay trailer released for Outriders

Square Enix released today some new screenshots and a co-op gameplay trailer for its upcoming RPG-Shooter, Outriders. These new screenshots showcase the Technomancer class. The new trailer also showcases Technomancer’s abilities during one of the many challenging battles players will experience in the game.

Featuring a truly free-form blend of weapons and powers, Outriders is an aggressive, intensely brutal RPG-Shooter experience. Furthermore, the game promises to challenge you to define your playstyle and master the synergies between your powers, class builds and equipment. Players will be able to play alone or team with up to two other players.

Bartek Kmita, Creative Director at People Can Fly, said:

“The Techomancer is an exciting and flexible class that can be built as anything from crowd control focused support, to a high-powered artillery heavy damage dealer. They’re a great addition to any team of OUTRIDERS. Co-op in OUTRIDERS is an intense and challenging experience that allows for a great variety of team synergies and power combinations. Players will need to truly master their team tactics in order to take on the toughest challenges in the game”.

Lastly, Outriders is coming to the PC in Holiday 2020.


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