Monday, June 3rd 2019

Square Enix Teases New Game to be Announced at E3 2019: Outriders

The official Outriders account today teased the reveal of a new game - and what looks like a new IP - via its official Twitter account. The short, 15 second teaser does give away some elements: the setting is decidedly sci-fi. Rumors place the studio behind Outriders as People Can Fly (developers of Bulletstorm and, of which we haven't heard much from in recent times.

People Can Fly opened a development branch in Newcastle, UK, in September 2017, which included a number of former Ubisoft developers among others, and a second Poland studio in Rzeszów in May 2018. This second branch brought on former CI Games developers following layoffs at that studio earlier, bringing the total number of people for People Can Fly to about 160 - and the studio has been news object of it working with Square Enix on a AAA shooter. Since the reveal is being placed at Square Enix's E3 conference, it seems that Outriders could definitely be it.
Sources: Twitter, Polygon
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9 Comments on Square Enix Teases New Game to be Announced at E3 2019: Outriders

#1
natr0n
People Can Fly made the game Painkiller back in the day. A classic FPS.
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cucker tarlson
so many bland sequels coming out every year,any new franchise is exciting.
sqex+Polish PCF - gon b gud
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ratirt
cucker tarlson
so many bland sequels coming out every year,any new franchise is exciting.
sqex+Polish PCF - gon b gud
Well I sure hope so :) If Polish dudes are making a game it is very reasonable to think it will be good. :)

BTW. This has nothing to do with CD-Projekt I suppose ?
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cucker tarlson
ratirt
Well I sure hope so :) If Polish dudes are making a game it is very reasonable to think it will be good. :)

BTW. This has nothing to do with CD-Projekt I suppose ?
No.
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#6
Vayra86
Skeptical. First pic on the left there looks like it came straight out of a Playstation 2. Square Enix is also a hit/miss publisher in the purest sense of the word.
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ratirt
Vayra86
Skeptical. First pic on the left there looks like it came straight out of a Playstation 2. Square Enix is also a hit/miss publisher in the purest sense of the word.
PS2? You can't be serious?
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Vayra86
ratirt
PS2? You can't be serious?
Well, make it PS3 and it still looks dated as hell :D
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ratirt
Vayra86
Well, make it PS3 and it still looks dated as hell :D
I wouldn't say so but if you see it that way that's fine with me.
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