Outriders is the 3rd person shooter looter from developers People Can Fly, the studio behind Bulletstorm and Gears of War: Judgement. Outriders was published by Square Enix and released back in April of this year to mixed reviews. Despite the reviews, the game did manage to find success due to its release on Xbox Game Pass on console which helped get many players in the door to try it out. While it certainly suffered from bugs and technical issues at launch, People Can Fly have been diligently updating the game. This has made the experience much more smooth and player-friendly in recent months. With all of these issues handled, Outriders is now coming to another PC storefront, alongside Xbox Game Pass for PC.
Tomorrow, Outriders is coming to the Microsoft Store and will be available to Xbox Game Pass PC and Game Pass Ultimate Subscribers. Not only is Outriders making its way to PC Game Pass its also coming with cross-save enabled. This means if you have progress on the Xbox Series version, you will be able to transfer your progress to PC on the Windows version of Outriders. It is important to note that you cannot transfer your PC progress from other storefronts to the console with this method. This means if you have a save file on Steam, you will not be able to transfer it to your Xbox Series consoles. Outriders also has cross-play enabled so gather your friends no matter what platform they game on and jump into the world of Enoch tomorrow.
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