Bulletstorm developer delays new game Outriders

And announces a demo.

Outriders, the next game from Bulletstorm studio People Can Fly, has been delayed until 1st April 2021 (no joke).

The sci-fi looter-shooter had been due to arrive in just under a month, on 2nd February.

Now, publisher Square Enix has announced a demo of Outriders will arrive first, on 25th February, which will let you try the game's initial few hours and test out all of its classes. You'll also be able to play in co-op, and carry over your character and progress to the full game.

Outriders is the first all-new project from People Can Fly since 2013's Gears of War: Judgment. Martin took a look at it back in May last year, and found it to be a "refreshingly old school shooter" with over-the-top gore and action of the kind Bulletstorm fans will probably feel at home with.

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