But there are still teeth grinding problems.
Although technical issues hindered its release, Outriders has launched large-scale products.
The “People Can Fly” robbery shooting game has attracted more than 100,000 players on Steam at the same time. The game is currently the best-selling game and is priced at £49.99.
In contrast, when Square Enix’s famous flop Marvel’s “Avengers” was released in September, the number of simultaneous players on Steam reached a peak of 28,145. In the past 30 days, there are currently an average of 1,000 concurrent players.
There is no doubt that Square Enix will be happy with Outriders’ early success, but it has not been smooth sailing. The game encountered server issues this week, and it was sometimes difficult to log in-even the single player game was led out in the middle of the game.
There was also a crash issue. Due to synchronization issues, People Can Fly was forced to disable the automatic pairing between the PC and the console. Square Enix said that cross-play will not be re-enabled this weekend.
In order to improve the stability of the server, we are working hard. Although it does take a while to log in today, I still managed to play this morning without interruption.
Since its release on April 1, I have been playing “Outriders” and decided to continue using it after the flushing of the demo.