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Hat-trick! OUTRIDERS is People Can Fly's third game in a row featured on the cover of Game Informer!

Game Informer is one of the largest video game magazines in the world. Making it to it's front cover is a great honor for a game developer. And it's the third time in a row that this honor belongs to People Can Fly. Their upcoming title - OUTRIDERS - is being featured on a cover of the newest issue.

Before OUTRIDERS, Game Informer featured Bulletstorm and Gears of War: Judgment on its front cover. The newest title from People Can Fly is among the most anticipated games of 2020, and the new details about the game were revealed just this week. OUTRIDERS will launch this holiday on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and PC. The game will also be available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One owners.

OUTRIDERS is an upcoming RPG shooter from the masters of brutal and legendary games like Painkiller and Bulletstorm. We're only few months away from making first digital steps on planet Enoch to search for a source of a mysterious Signal.

More about the newest issue of Game Informer: https://www.gameinformer.com/cover-reveal/2020/02/11/cover-reveal-outriders

Game Informer OUTRIDERS preview: https://www.gameinformer.com/feature/outriders/blazing-a-new-trails

Useful Links:
People Can Fly – official website
People Can Fly – Facebook
Outriders – official trailer

ABOUT PEOPLE CAN FLY:

Established in 2002, People Can Fly, is one of the best AAA game development studios in Poland and one of the leading UNREAL ENGINE studios in Europe. People Can Fly operates in Warsaw, Rzeszów, Newcastle and New York. PCF made its mark on the shooter genre and is known for titles such as Bulletstorm: Full Clip (launched on April 7, 2017), Gears of War: Judgment (published in 2013), Bulletstorm (an original, Unreal Engine 3-powered onslaught of ‘kill with skill’ gameplay and blockbuster moments published in 2011.) and Painkiller (launched in 2004). People Can Fly is currently working on its new very ambitious, RPG shooter – OUTRIDERS.

 

 


 

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