Outriders Demo Update PC Ver. 1.04/PlayStation Ver 1.004 - February 27 Patch Notes

Here's what you need to know about the Outriders demo update.

Outriders is an upcoming co-op RPG published by Square Enix. The game was announced in June of 2019 and is being developed by People Can Fly. It mixes third-person shooter and RPG elements to create an engaging sci-fi world. After a couple of delays, the game is scheduled to release on April 1 on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and Google Stadia.

Right now, Square Enix has released a demo for the game across all platforms (except Google Stadia) and they have today, February 27, released an update for the demo (Ver. 1.04 on PC/ Ver. 1.004 on PlayStation) – here are details on the demo and all the changes from today’s update.

What is in the demo?

Square and People Can Fly promise that the demo is a demo and not a beta and therefore “will remain available indefinitely.” Not only that, they share that the demo is “the start of the full game.” They share that the demo is around three hours in length, will allow players to trial all classes and data will carry over into the full game.

How can I take part in the Outriders Demo?

Handily, on the official Outriders website, Square Enix share some download links for the Demo. We’ve got them right here, just in case you’re curious about what the game entails ahead of its official launch in just over a month.

What is in the Outriders Demo Update?

The Outriders Demo update doesn’t seem to change much on either the PC or PlayStation platforms. While little has been shared about the update, a tweet from the official Outriders Twitter account states that the “will allow us to improve our backend analysis systems used for balancing and issue tracking.” Unfortunately, there seems to be no official patch notes.

The tweet also clarifies the situation for Xbox users who didn’t receive the update today. They share that there’s no need to panic as the Xbox update will be arriving “later next week.”

Sam Woods

Sam is the Managing Editor at DualShockers. He's been playing video games for as long as he can remember and you can regularly find him on his Nintendo Switch. When he's not playing games, he'll no doubt be suffering watching his beloved Ipswich Town.

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