Square Enix has introduced that its People Can Fly-developed recreation, Outriders, surpassed 3.5 million distinctive gamers in its first month available on the market. The sci-fi RPG shooter, which launched on April 1st, is on observe to change into the writer’s “next major franchise.”
“With over 3.5 million unique players, average play times of over 30 hours and extremely high engagement for co-operative play, we and the amazing team at People Can Fly are so excited with this initial success,” mentioned Jon Brooke, Co-Head of Studio at Square Enix External Studios. “Launching a new game IP is never easy and we remain very grateful for the community’s support and feedback – we continue to listen carefully and want to assure everyone that we are committed to improving and enhancing the experience in the coming weeks and months. We also look forward to expanding on Outriders in the future.”
Outriders obtained usually constructive opinions, however bumped into a variety of technical points at launch. The recreation was primarily criticized for its story and characters, however praised for its gameplay and design.
Outriders “is a hard-hitting RPG-Shooter set in an original dark sci-fi world,” Square Enix wrote in a press launch. “The last of humanity slowly bleeds out in the trenches of the wild and unforgiving world of Enoch, and you awake as one of the last of the Outriders and an Altered, infused with incredible powers. Journey across a hostile planet where everything has hyper-evolved to kill you.”
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