Outriders ‘Mantras of Survival’ trailer

A guide to help players thrive on Enoch.

Outriders

Publisher Square Enix and developer People Can Fly debuted a new trailer for Outriders at The Game Awards 2020 dubbed “Mantras of Survival.”

Here is an overview of the trailer, via Square Enix:

The new Game Awards trailer introduces players to the Mantras of Survival—a guide to help them thrive as a hyper-evolved Human on the unforgiving planet of Enoch, where the only way forward is to take charge of your own fate and Think Aggressive.

  • Powers on Tap – Dominate the battlefield with destructive powers. Cooldowns are short and powers are there to be used often, so don’t rely on just bullets.
  • Kill to Heal – All Outriders heal through doing damage. There are no medkits, syringes or health regen on Enoch. Aggression is key to surviving and thriving in the heart of battle.
  • Cover’s for Cowards – Cover won’t save you in Outriders, it can only buy you time. Select your most powerful loadouts and dive headfirst into combat.
  • Think Aggressive – A guiding philosophy for survival. Confidence is everything on the battleground of Enoch, and an aggressive playstyle is a key ingredient to success.

Outriders is due out for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam on February 2, 2021 and Stadia later in 2021.

Watch the trailer below.

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