People Can Fly Announce Outriders
Square Enix (of Final Fantasy, Tomb Raider) has teamed up with People Can Fly (Gears of War Judgement, Bulletstorm) and Square Enix External Studios (Sleeping Dogs, Just Cause) to announce a new AAA title, Outriders.
“OUTRIDERS is the game that we have been wanting to make for years,” said Sebastian Wojciechowski, Studio Head of People Can Fly in a recent PR release. “We’re very happy to be working with Square Enix on this project, it’s a big undertaking for us and the team has grown considerably to work on the OUTRIDERS project. We now have over 200 developers at four international studios working on this project to make it our most ambitious shooter to date. We’re very excited to finally unveil OUTRIDERS to the world, and we can’t wait to show you more of the game.”
“People Can Fly is the perfect partner for us to create a game like OUTRIDERS. They have a great history of creating high-quality shooters, plus an unmatched level of experience and expertise in the Unreal game engine, unrivalled in the gaming industry,” Said Lee Singleton, Co-Head of Studio at Square Enix External Studios.
“OUTRIDERS is a very exciting project for us at Square Enix External Studios. We’re focusing on giving players a true AAA co-op shooter with a deep feature set and strong narrative,” said Jon Brooke, Co-Head of Studio at Square Enix External Studios. “The team at People Can Fly really know how to make gunplay feel tight and powerful and we can’t wait to show you more later this summer.”
Set for release in Winter 2020, Outriders is a drop in, drop out 1-3 player co-op shooter set in a dark and desperate sci-fi universe. It is set for release on Playstation 4, the Xbox One family of devices and PC.
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