With Outriders not due out until April 1, some fans might find it difficult to wait more than a month to try out the co-op sci-fi shooter. Fortunately, Square Enix has launched a demo for the game to give players a glimpse of what they can expect when Outriders officially launches.
The demo gives players the chance to play through the prologue as well as the opening mission from the main campaign. Four different character classes will also be available, with users able to advance to level seven for each of these and unlock a variety of skills and weapons.
According to Square Enix, the demo will be available from February 25 on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S. The exact launch times for each region can be seen in the embedded Tweet below.
Once available, players can simply search for Outriders in the digital store for their platform of choice and download the demo for free. Any progress made will also carry over to the full title once it releases in April.
Outriders was originally set to release in December. However, like many other games from last year, it was delayed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The developer had apparently suffered from operational challenges and needed extra time to finish work on the project. The launch has since been pushed back a second time from its February 2 slot.
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