Exhausted the Netflix catalogue? Finally fed up with watching the Just Chatting channels on Twitch? Wondering where to cast your eye next?
Well wonder no more as Square Enix recently announced the start of a new monthly video series diving into the detailed depths of People Can Fly and Square Enix External Studios upcoming RPG-Shooter, OUTRIDERS. Set to launch this Thursday 28th at 9am PST, OUTRIDERS Broadcast will reveal all new news and information on the highly anticipated game and will run through to launch, currently slated for the always ambiguous date of Holiday 2020. Check out the OUTRIDERS Broadcast trailer below:
The title of the first episode has been given as ‘Built for the Core’ and will feature brand-new gameplay, areas, never-before-seen powers, character class deep dives, development updates, as well as that always enticing phrase, ‘and more’! Viewers that want to be in the know can tune in at www.twitch.tv/squareenix at the designated date and time mentioned above to get that saliva dribbling.
Bartek Kmita, Creative Director at People Can Fly, said of the monthly video project, “Obviously, things are a little bit strange in the world right now, and we’re all adapting the best we can. We’ve prioritized our people’s safety and all 250+ of us on the team are working from home and staying healthy. We’re still working hard on the development of Outriders and keeping on track for a Holiday 2020 release. With the cancellation of some of gaming’s biggest events of the year, we’ve looked for new ways to share news about Outriders with players. We’re really excited to present new details of what we’re working on every month from this point forward with the Outriders Broadcasts.”
If you’re like me then you’re probably drooling at the prospect of a Square Enix backed RPG-Shooter, especially after seeing that show trailer above. It’ll also be releasing on next-gen consoles, having be confirmed for PlayStation 5 and the Xbox Series X, as well as current-gen consoles PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and PC.
Roll on ‘Holiday 2020’, people!