Farming prefer it’s Stardew Valley
Lots of people have been having fun with the demo for People Can Fly’s team-shooter Outriders, with an incredible two million gamers logging in to battle over the wastelands of the planet Enoch over, and over, and over once more.
In reality, folks have replayed the demo so many occasions, that they are beginning to construct up a worryingly highly effective arsenal of weaponry – a lot in order that the developer is stepping in to change the benefit with which mercs can bag this devastating firepower. The concern is that this intense methodology of “farming” prime stage gear and weaponry will go away gamers completely loaded-for-bear as soon as the primary sport lastly hits, and can see them endlessly cream the opposition all through the primary marketing campaign.
Speaking in an official Reddit post, People Can Fly famous that it’s effectively within the participant’s proper to play the demo as usually as they need, bagging no matter goodies they’ll alongside the best way, however that this may serve to hamper their enjoyment of the primary sport, which is able to permit gamers to hold over their stock and ranges from the demo version.
The new replace – which matches dwell within the Outriders demo immediately – will take away all probability of discovering Legendary gear in chests, retailers, and distributors, although they will stay as rewards for finishing side-quests, or as exceptionally fortunate drops from defeated enemies. People Can Fly hopes that this can scale back the possibility of the complete neighborhood rocking as much as Outriders akin to Schwarzenegger tooling up on the seashore in Commando.
Outriders launches April 1 on PS4, PS5, PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Stadia. Stay tuned, as our personal Chris Carter’s ideas on the demo ought to be hitting Destructoid immediately.