Over 1,200,000 Outlanders have joined Vigor!
August 27, 2019 - Exactly one week after its Full Release during Gamescom, Vigor reached another pivotal milestone. Over 1,200,000 Outlanders have joined beautiful, but dangerous, servers for Bohemia Interactive's new shoot-and-loot game set in post-war Norway. The developers expect that the player base will continue to grow in the upcoming weeks which means plenty of online matchmaking opportunities for player and their friends.
Vigor was released on Monday, August 19th during the Inside Xbox Show at Gamescom and the subsequent show in Cologne was a very successful one! The development team met many players, press, and influencers, many who stood in line for hours to get their hands on the new gameplay.
To celebrate Vigor's Full Release success, Bohemia has made a brand new trailer which summarizes the new content added to Vigor in its 1.0 Free-to-Play Release. Check it out: youtu.be/UEOC6gxrNX4
Gamescom Offcial Release Trailer: youtu.be/7aa03Wt-4SY
Offcial Gameplay Trailer: youtu.be/2noHKNMvKkA
In a world devastated by the fallout of the last great war, Norway has become the last great bastion of humanity now known as Outlanders. You must survive as one of the only living remnants of a world in tatters — Fight, loot, maintain your shelter, and play smart to survive your new hostile landscape.
Vigor is an online, third-person, multiplayer, shoot-and-loot game exclusive for Xbox One with unpredictable challenges to overcome as you compete with fellow Outlanders for precious resources. Take on (or work with) other player, loot for resources, battle for airdrops, and escape to the safety of your Shelter, where you’ll build improvements and level up before stepping back into the battlefield.
- SURVIVE encounters for 8–12 players.
- LOOT precious resources and valuable items.
- BUILD your shelter and vital equipment.
- BECOME a courageous Outlander in a post-war Norway setting.
- Vigor is an Xbox Exclusive - Founders keys will be available until launch for press and influencers