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OUTRIDERS Free Download Unfitgirl Now that I’ve had time to fully blast my way through Outriders, it’s time for our final review – we appreciate your patience! Now, People Can Fly’s gritty, blood-and-guts take on the co-op looter-shooter RPG genre definitely delivers great action that’s kicked up a notch by impressive sci-fi super powers, some cool world design, and a pretty satisfying loot grind. At the same time, an occasionally clunky interface, some persistent bugs, and a messy story make it seem less like a big-budget science-fiction epic and more like a guilty pleasure Sy-Fy Channel™ original series. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, of course – sure, SyFy might be responsible for Defiance and Hunters, but it also gave us modern classics like Battlestar Galactica and… The Expanse is pretty good, too! (It had to be saved from cancelation by Amazon Prime Video, but that’s beside the point!) Outriders would definitely fall somewhere in between those extremes if it were a TV show – its story makes decent use of its recognizable sci-fi tropes for when deep-space colonization goes wrong, but the script often takes its grim/dark self too seriously. A lot of the voice acting falls flat – particularly for the leads, who mostly just dutifully grunt their way through accepting quests – and the script careens back and forth between being so hardboiled that it borders on camp UNFITGILR.COM SEXY GAMES
to downright cringeworthy takes on the ugliness of humankind. While there are a few moments throughout that could have evoked some believable empathy, they’re all undermined as a result. That said, the overarching story and unexpectedly hostile alien world is interesting enough to keep things moving, and there are some genuinely intriguing twists as it progresses, even if (without getting into spoiler territory) their payoffs are somewhat underwhelming. I genuinely can’t remember the last game that could make me cackle as hard. Outriders is at its best when you’re blasting your way through hordes of bad guys with a couple of friends. Gunfights are frenzied affairs that leave battlefields literally coated with blood, and even though you’ll likely outgrow its cover mechanics pretty quickly as you progress, this delightfully chaotic action is just as entertaining at the third level as it is at the thirtieth. Sure, the combat scenarios become fairly repetitive – especially after you’ve played more than a few of Outriders’ endgame challenge missions that follow its 30-odd-hour campaign. But the combination of sadistically gratifying superpowers and destructive weaponry makes sure it’s always good fun – there’s something morbidly hilarious about seeing a whole-ass ribcage rolling through a skirmish like a bony tumbleweed – and that borderline cartoonish, over-the-top violence is really accentuated in multiplayer.
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Each of the four classes has strengths, weaknesses, and skill sets familiar to class-based action games – except for the fact that here they’re all primarily focused on dealing damage (of the 32 unlockable class skills in Outriders, only two have healing abilities). Still, each compliments the others in more interesting ways than something like the standard healer would. I genuinely can’t remember the last game that could make me cackle as hard as when my earth-bending Devastator combos a Gravity Leap with a Trickster’s Stasis Bubble, creating a slow-motion fountain of bad guy chunks. That uniform focus on damage output may be a turn-off for anybody who really loves to play a capital-S Support class, but the fact that any class can competently reduce the opposition to a sticky red paste allows everybody to safely go it alone if they want. However, I will reiterate that it is far more enjoyable to gun down hordes of monsters and space bandits with friends. Outriders trots out some really cool monsters and environments.The human enemies you’ll face are fairly limited, ranging from run-of-the-mill rifleman to rushing berserkers and the occasional superpowered minibosses (that get decidedly more powerful towards the endgame), but they provide enough tactical variety to demand some quick thinking and strategy. Streamer Life Simulator
Of course, we’re not alone: As you explore more of the planet’s interesting and diverse wilderness, Outriders trots out some really cool monsters and environments, with interesting takes on snowy mountains, dense jungles, and beyond. The second half of the campaign is a bit too focused on desert landscapes, but the creature designs there are some of Outriders’ best. From the variations on fodder-level mutants to the larger beasts that look like somehow even grosser and meaner takes on something out of Half-Life or Alien, the encounters designed around them are a fun alternative to the endless rain of bullets you have to dance through when fighting human enemies. What’s unfortunate is that, despite good encounter design for both styles of enemies, the more traditional boss battles are some of the least engaging fights Outriders has to offer. Sure, that five-story-tall Street Shark monster looks awesome, but the whole “shoot the big thing outside the arena and avoid being smashed by its big hand” concept feels a little played out. Similarly, while some of the endgame missions do a fun job of tying up loose storylines, others just feel like harder reskins of earlier boss fights. The frantic action remains decently fun, but it’s rather anticlimactic to have jump into a higher-tier mission that boils down to
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“Fight this boss you hate for a third time, please,” especially after you’ve spent an additional 10 or 15 post-credits hours grinding up your gear level to reach them. Outriders doesn’t revolutionize the loot grind, but it offers some great-looking options.When it comes to the stuff that falls out when you kill those guys – or that explodes in a blinding flash from a giant loot crate after an expedition – Outriders doesn’t exactly revolutionize the loot grind, but it at least offers some great looking options. Notable inclusions like the “double gun” – which is basically just two assault rifles welded together – or Legendary-tier weapons (most of which look like they’re carved out of some monster’s ribcage) give the otherwise mostly standard assortment of weapons some flavor. Not to mention what are easily my favorite video game autoshotguns since Doom, though they’re not so much “shotguns” as they are portable flak cannons – seriously, the novelty of just how loud and powerful these things are still hasn’t worn off after (at least) 50 hours. But the real good stuff comes as you find and build better gear, and here Outriders makes some smart adjustments to the traditional looter-shooter formula. Its World Tiers, which are Outriders’ 15 difficulty levels, are a good workaround for insurmountable challenge spikes that might discourage you in other co-op loot grinds Streets of Rage 4
And its crafting options offer a wide range of character builds. A Note on Microtransactions Good news on this front – there aren’t any! The development team at People Can Fly have been very adamant that Outriders is not a live-service game, and as such won’t feature microtransactions of any kind. “The bad things that are sometimes connected to games as a service, like loot boxes or any pay to win mechanics, we are against them,” says Creative Director Bartosz Kmita. “So we’re not using them at all in our game.” The news may be that there is no news, but we thought it would be good to let you know that you don’t need to worry about seeing any content locked behind a paywall here. That said, for every smart twist there’s also a frustrating drawback. On the plus side, I really appreciate how the crafting system simplifies the process of modding your gear compared to other loot-heavy adventures, and the variety of easy to swap mods offers a lot of flexibility to adjust your build. Granted, the loot grind can be a bit frustrating if you’re trying to blitz your way through it, but the level of customization on hand as you progress is a tinkerer’s dream come true.Basic armor mods, for example, provide buffs to your active abilities. You might boost the damage of your Trickster’s Temporal Blade, or make it so your
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Devastator can turn two bad guys into shish kebabs at once. Higher level gear lets you add higher-tier mods to your library – rather than having to craft each mod individually – as well as gear with multiple slots. That allows you to do things like take a gun that explodes frozen enemies into icy shrapnel for AOE damage and add cryo rounds so that it freezes them and blows them up in one go, or pair a gun that regenerates your health on every kill with an armor mod that gives you bonus damage whenever you heal. Outriders raises many questions. The developers of People Can Fly (Bulletstorm) tempt with their genre experience, but Outriders is not a pure shooter. The great example of Outriders are action role-playing games like Diablo or Path of Exile . Abilities, combos and builds are just as much a focus as guns. And wait, did we mention that Outriders is also a loot-focused co-op shooter? So in the style of Destiny, Borderlands, Division and Co. On the other hand, Outriders does not want to be a live service game, despite the fact that it is always online, and attaches great importance to a single-player story campaign including a merciless world full of gray characters and bitter truths. Well, is your head already spinning? Don’t worry, we didn’t think of Outriders for a long time either – or just the wrong things. STRIDE VR
In the meantime, however, we’ve spent 40 hours in the RPG shooter , played through the campaign and threw ourselves into co-op with friends. We unravel the confused identity crisis surrounding Outriders, arrive at a first rating trend and clarify what the shooter has to offer for single-player fans, role-playing players, co-op enthusiasts and, of course, loot hunters. As we dance across the battlefield with our assassin class, freeze foes with a time bubble and teleport behind them, only to sizzle the flesh off their bones with a magical swipe of the sword, we feel more like we’re in a Diablo – just out of that Third person perspective. Or like in a Hellgate: London, if anyone else knows. The abilities charge so quickly that we can use them to mow through hordes of enemies as easily as we can with our weapon bullets. No comparison to the Ultimates of the Destiny series, which you usually save for just the right moment. The constant use of these up to three skills, which can be equipped at the same time, actually feels like in a classic action role-playing game. Outriders also has four classes, which also sound more like dungeon crawlers than shooters and are also more different from each other. In addition to the fast melee assassin, there are also the pyromancer as a medium-range fire mage, the massive devastator as a melee warrior and the technomancer as a long-range healer.
Which class you choose depends on your preferences. They all feel powerful and unlock value-enhancing skills or even new abilities with every level up – for example, the assassin has a kind of blade pirouette that causes blood to squirt as a spinning top of death. Yep, Outriders is pretty brutal. If you want to survive, you have to keep moving – just hurting or killing enemies heals you, there are no autoheals or medipacks. The fast-paced battles of Outriders therefore live from their thrill – for example when you can just about kill a life-giving opponent at the last minute, just a tenth of a second before the next hit catches you. As your health dwindles in a hail of bullets, you must constantly suppress the impulse to run away. Instead, just like in Doom Eternal , the only thing that helps is toflee forward – always right in the middle, kill, shoot, use ability, heal – a wild ride that doesn’t forgive any hesitation. Firearms from the standard arsenal such as machine guns, shotguns or pistols are used during the cooldown phases and all of them feel wonderfully massive. Here you can see the developer’s shooter experience with games like Painkiller, Bulletstorm or Gears of War: Judgment in the crisp hit feedback. The special flow of Outriders is created through the synergy of shooter and role-playing skills
OS: Windows 10
Processor: Intel I5-3470 / AMD FX-8350
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 750ti / AMD Radeon R9 270x
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 70 GB available space
Additional Notes: 720p / 60fps
Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 10
Processor: Intel i7-7700K / AMD Ryzen 5 2600X
Memory: 16 GB RAM
Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070, 8 GB / Radeon RX Vega 56, 8 GB
DirectX: Version 12
Storage: 70 GB available space
Additional Notes: 1080p / 60fps
NOTE: THESE STEPS MAY VARY FROM GAME TO GAME AND DO NOT APPLY TO ALL GAMES
- Open the Start menu (Windows ‘flag’ button) in the bottom left corner of the screen.
- At the bottom of the Start menu, type Folder Options into the Search box, then press the Enter key.
- Click on the View tab at the top of the Folder Options window and check the option to Show hidden files and folders (in Windows 11, this option is called Show hidden files, folders, and drives).
- Click Apply then OK.
- Return to the Start menu and select Computer, then double click Local Disk (C:), and then open the Program Files folder. On some systems, this folder is called ‘Program Files(x86)’.
- In the Program Files folder, find and open the folder for your game.
- In the game’s folder, locate the executable (.exe) file for the game–this is a faded icon with the game’s title.
- Right-click on this file, select Properties, and then click the Compatibility tab at the top of the Properties window.
- Check the Run this program as an administrator box in the Privilege Level section. Click Apply then OK.
- Once complete, try opening the game again
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Inside of yuzu click File -> Open yuzu folder. This will open the yuzu configuration folder inside of explorer.
- Create a folder called “keys” and copy the key you got from here and paste it in the folder.
- For settings open yuzu up Emulation -> Configure -> Graphics, Select OpenGL and set it to Vulkan or OpenGL. (Vulkan seems to be a bit bad atm) Then go to Controls and press Single Player and set it to custom
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