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And having played the game already ourselves, we can tell you that what you're about to watch is every bit as fun as it looks, and then some. There are still kinks to iron out, but the core of the game meshes fascinating sci-fi with Mad Max and the supernatural for a game that, on the surface, resembles People Can Fly's previous efforts, but more than makes its own mark once you start playing with its juicy innards.

Here's the official skinny:
Seen through the lens of drop-in co-op, the First City gameplay reveals never-before-seen Pyromancer powers, brand-new, hyper-evolved creatures, information on the OUTRIDERS World Tier system, a look at an immersive new environment and more.

Set in an all-new, dark sci-fi world, OUTRIDERS is a true genre hybrid that combines the depth and story of an RPG and the intensity of third-person shooter combat with awe-inspiring powers. Deep character progression and itemization allow for a wide variety of creative class builds, and evolve People Can Fly’s trademark over-the-top, skill-based gameplay to create a brutal RPG-shooter experience.
Slated for "Holiday 2020", Outriders is PC and console-bound (san Switch). Watch the new gameplay features video embedded below.

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