With Outriders, Square Enix and People Can Fly are eschewing current trends in looter-shooters by avoiding the live service model, instead aiming to offer a full experience to players from launch.
However, there is an appetite to turn Outriders into a flagship franchise for both Square Enix and People Can Fly.
Outriders has been in development for four years following Poland-based People Can Fly’s split from Epic Games mid-way through 2015.
Despite having some ideas, People Can Fly isn’t ready to talk publicly about end-game content like raids, or extra dungeons.
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