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People grow Demo for Outriders hard so developers are getting involved in • Eurogamer.net

People grow Demo for Outriders hard so developers are getting involved in • Eurogamer.net

Update March 6, 2021: People Can Fly enters again to change Outriders’ demo in response to complaints about an earlier change designed to tackle heavy farming.

The developer released a server-side update to enable Gauss’ boss chest to drop Legends the day after yesterday to prevent all chests from dropping Legendary items.

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People Can Fly said in a tweet: “After hearing very reasonable community feedback, we have enabled the Gauss Chief’s Fund to bring down the Legendaries once again as we must actually reward the Boss Heads.”

However, the other chests still couldn’t drop the myths. This means that the previously available popular Triple-breasted runner game remains unavailable to those raising Legends prior to the Outriders launch on April 1st.

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Original story March 5, 2021: Outriders Demo was popular – more than 2 million people downloaded it – but it also has some issues that the developers are keen to address.

Among the most important is the heavy farming of powerful items, which players do in anticipation of the appropriate game release on April 1, 2021.

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Outriders demo progression progresses to the main game, and you can duplicate a lot of the content in the demo, over and over, hoping to knock out a very powerful item out of a box or an enemy.

Therefore, players breed demo to fill their mod library and acquire various legends (I was able to capture a legend myself while playing it).

at Last reddit, Developer People Can Fly said that this “forward loading” of progression within the demo may affect the balance of the progression system in the main game.

People Can Fly said, “Of course, every player’s decision is how to play the game for themselves, and we don’t want people to be prevented from using the demo gear if they enjoy it.”

“However, we want to make sure that this process is not overly simplistic, easy, or vulnerable to exploitation.”

It didn’t take long for Outriders’ demos to discover a “loot cave” with a triple tour, as well as exploit the dealer, and use it for heavy farming.

Here’s how it works (soon, succeeded): Go to Global Level V (this gives you the best chance to get the legendary drop available in the demo), select “Face Change at the Tower” from the lobby, load the game and then run around unlocking the three nearby chests. No need to fight. Once you’ve unlocked the three chests, go back to the lobby and repeat.

In response, People Can Fly will release a backend demo update at 3 PM UK time today, 5 March, which redirects farming to mechanics in the game “that may be more enjoyable for players to play and repeat”.

To that end, Epic items will no longer appear in Stores and Suppliers inside the demo, and Chests will not drop Legendary items anymore. Instead, Side Quest rewards (on frequent runs) will now have a chance to drop Legendary items. The result is that those who want to cultivate to get legendary in Demo will now have to play side quests.

Note: Decline rates for enemies are not changed. So, go ahead and kill that captain. Again, again and again.

This is my legendary faltering Outriders from the demo.

There is more change in the demo. People Can Fly said the patch, which is scheduled to go live early next week, adds motion blur toggles for all platforms, reduces matchmaking time, and addresses computer crashes.

As the game nears launch, People Can Fly said it is looking at annoying camera shake during cinematic scenes, will improve the cover system, and look for a way to help players recover items that have mysteriously disappeared.

Meanwhile, People Can Fly said it noticed cheating on Outriders’ demo (it didn’t take long!), With some players using third-party software to alter game files and save data for their benefit. For an online co-op game, this is clearly a problem.

People Can Fly said it could identify cheaters “with relative ease” via its backend and promised that “their actions should not affect your usual gameplay or collaborative experience.” Fingers crossed.

Solid stuff all round. Verify Experimental Impressions Outriders To know your opinion about the game.

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