The folks at People Can Fly, the developers behind Outriders, claimed through an investor note they haven't been paid royalties from publisher Square Enix, pointing to lack of profitability.
Outriders finally received its patch last week which brought about improved matchmaking which now ignores AFKs, an improved sign-in process on Xbox, and more.
The latest Outrider's patch, originally set to release yesterday, has been delayed to Thursday. The team at People Can Fly provided additional information on the delay.
It's nice to be appreciated, but in Outriders, some players were a little unhappy that the appreciation package given to them by developer People Can Fly, came with a Legendary Item they already had, or in some cases, no Legendary Item at all. This past week PCF has remedied the situation by re-releasing the Appreciation Package, but this time, players should see a Unique Legendary.
If you're still playing Outriders, you'll know one of the longest standing issues of contention within the community has been Legendary drop rates. Well, a new patch is on the way and will effectively double Legendary drop rates.
A recent update for Outriders has brought about region-based matchmaking to improve connections, plus several other updates. Read on for more details.
Outriders, amidst its myriad issues, saw over 3.5 million players jump into the new IP within its first month of launch, according to Square Enix.
Outriders development team, People Can Fly, addressed an issue that has troubled the player base at large for weeks. Players have been complaining that damage-mitigation from armor, stops working. Some players have found that unequipping your armor and requipping it will remedy the issue temporarily, but results have been mixed. PCF, in a recent tweet, noted that they are hot on the trail of this bug, and hope to have it fixed very soon.
People Can Fly (PCF) has been hard at work fixing many of the bugs that plague the popular title Outriders. The latest patch fixes one of the most beloved bugs in the game, rebalances some enemies, and much more. The patch does not, however, restore gear to those that were affected by the gear-wipe problem that many Outriders players experienced last month, and some reddit posts detailing new issues with mods and signing-in have been reported.
People Can Fly (PCF), the developer behind the popular game Outriders has recently opened its seventh location as they take over the Phosphor Games' development team. This will be the third studio for People Can Fly in North America.
People Can Fly, the team behind looter-shooter Outriders, has issued a dev update discussing what's next for the game including inventory restoration, Stadia updates, future patches, and more.