A number of difficulties hampered Outriders’ initial debut, which ultimately led to the notorious stockpile wipe problems. Though there were some minor glitches with the 48-hour early release period to Outriders: Worldslayer, the DLC is now accessible to anyone with no significant problems identified.
It appears to be gaining traction at a rapid pace. According to Forbes, the number of players on the service for Outriders: Worldslayer has tripled ever since its release. However, throughout the years, the number of daily users dropped from 125K to 3,000. Since the introduction of Worldslayer, it has reached a 24-hour high of more than 12,000, and it appears to be gradually increasing.
It’s important to note that this information is only accessible via Steam. You can play this game on PS4, Xbox One, and Stadia. It’s possible that this spike is going place on all three platforms. As a result of the update, Outriders is now in a much better state and has a lot more material to offer people who had previously left the game.
Remember that Jane Foster’s Mighty Thor was just introduced to Marvel’s Avengers—another thing in Square Enix’s collection, as revealed by Forbes? It jumped from 500 to 1000 gamers on Steam, however, it’s now traveling down. This places Outriders on the service in a favorable position relative to other games, but it’s the game’s longevity that has to be proven.
People Can Fly’s realm, folk tales, and game mechanics are beloved by many, so this could be a game-changer for them. In addition to that, Worldslayer introduces new campaigns, fresh material, and more. Worldslayer may or may not be Outriders’ final piece of DLC, but it will be intriguing to watch where this ends up going.
People Can Fly may have just released their newest game, Outriders, but it won’t be their last. Over the last five years, the firm has grown rapidly, purchasing and opening new facilities around the country. A VR version of one of its originals, an early development product, Project Gemini as well as Project Dagger, and maybe others are all in the pipeline at the moment. Aside from the instant success of Worldslayer, People Can Fly seems to be on the road to recovery.