Hit and miss orchestral music, somewhat dull voice acting, and the snarls and growls of enemy fodder. Perfectly fine.
Some truly lovely environments that are unfortunately a mite inconsistent. Some nice-looking vistas are marred by the odd shabby texture, while character design is fairly unimaginative. The art style, too, is rather generic.
While the fundamentals are serviceable, the cover system feels fuzzy, most weapons can seem quite feeble, and your character's powers aren't enough to provide enough of a twist to proceedings.
Server instability is but the tip of the iceberg. Outriders has its fair share of bugs and other issues, as well as combat that's been done better in other games and a poor excuse for endgame content. Yes, there are no in-game microtransactions, but who cares?
For a game of this type, Outriders' list is mercifully light on grind, and there's a good spread of tasks and milestones to reach here. As far as achievement lists for this genre of game are concerned, this is a pretty decent one.