Outriders Worldslayer Release Date Revealed: Information about the impending Worldslayer expansion has been revealed in a long email by the Outriders’ community manager. The announcement includes the anticipated release date and time and a thorough breakdown of the new Outriders content and patch modifications, which range from targeted quality of life enhancements to balancing tweaks.
After a rather rocky debut and a subsequent battle to keep players engaged, Outriders has occupied a modest niche in the looter-shooter genre for over a year.
People Can Fly, the Polish company behind most of the Gears of War series and 2011’s frenetic and popular first-person shooter Bulletstorm, created Outriders.
The game garnered mixed reviews, with players generally liking the treasure and gunplay but having trouble with bugs and server problems due to the game’s demand that you be always online.
Since its debut, People Can Fly has published several updates to solve some of these problems, and Worldslayer will bring about further modifications.
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The Outriders team has announced Worldslayer’s release dates as of June 28 for Early Access and June 30 for the main launch. The expansion will be accessible for download at 9:00 PDT / 16:00 UTC / 17:00 BST for both Early Access and launch.
Regardless of whether they bought Worldslayer, all players must download the most recent version of Outriders since it contains several bug fixes and balancing changes that apply to the main game. Without any discounts, the basic game’s Worldslayer upgrade costs $39.99, while the Outriders plus Worldslayer package costs $79.98. For those seeking to start playing the game, Outriders is presently 45 percent cheap on Steam.
The newsletter contains extensive information on Worldslayer, including the updated basic game and new material available to all players. With brand-new foes, settings, and equipment sets to find, Worldslayer will launch with a brand-new campaign.
The classes of outriders will have new PAX skill trees to improve character builds and an endgame Ascension system to go beyond level 30. The 15 Apocalypse Tiers, which are degrees of difficulty that may assign to the campaign, will replace the Challenge Tiers. Weapons, modifications, sets, and overall difficulty have undergone some rebalancing.
Even though Worldslayer will offer a ton of new content, it’s noteworthy that the development team has recognized some of the most desired features like loadouts but hasn’t yet integrated them.
Outriders’ first year was not lucrative, so adding new material and changes to the game should help the player base expand and free up the creators to focus more time on enhancing the experience.