People Can Fly spoke about things they will work on leading up to the Outriders release, including the way they will deal with the cheaters.
Outriders is a looter shooter game that doesn't even have PvP, which is where the majority of cheating happens in other video games. Still, this didn't stop certain individuals from hacking their game even in the demo.
Thankfully, People Can Fly picked up on this issue and noted earlier that they are looking into ways to deal with it. The devs will not be outright banning the cheaters since they can't directly ruin the experience of other players in Outriders - it is co-op only multiplayer after all.
On the other hand, cheating could make the experience less impactful for regular players in a team with a cheater so PCF still had to do something. They found a solution that is the best of both worlds as cheaters will only be banned from playing multiplayer.
Having cheaters play in their own sessions will not be much different from people playing Fallout or The Elder Scrolls games with mods that make them overpowered and they will not lose access to the game they paid for.
As for the legitimate players, they will not have to bother with getting their experience spoiled by someone just speedrunning the content on their behalf.
This information came from the interview with the devs where they revealed more of their plans for the future of Outriders, including their thoughts on potential DLC and expansions. You can see all the news in the video above.