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The Outer Worlds
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Private Division and Obsidian Entertainment announced that The Outer Worlds will be available for PC on Steam on October 23, 2020. The PC version is...
The first expansion for The Outer Worlds is now available. Peril on Gorgon takes players to the Gorgon Asteroid, the site of one of Halcyon colony’s more disastrous scientific endeavours.
Obsidian Entertainment and Private Division released a new video for The Outer World’s first expansion, Peril on Gorgon. Game Director Carrie Patel guides viewers through one of the expansion’s sidequests.
The Outer Worlds is getting its first narrative expansion. Peril on Gorgon will release in September and take players to the site of a failed scientific endeavour.
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Delayed no longer, the Switch version of The Outer Worlds will arrive in June. Nintendo fans will soon be able to adventure in The Unreliable at home or on the go.
The Nintendo Switch version of The Outer World has been delayed as the coronavirus outbreak has temporarily closed the offices of the developer working on the port. Publisher Private Division also revealed that its retail edition will now come with a physical cart instead of just a download code.
The Outer Worlds will be making the trip to Nintendo Switch in early March. The game will be available to purchase digitally and at retail, though the latter option will only supply a download code.
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The decision to be a space hero or galactic bandit are in the player’s hands with Obsidian’s The Outer Worlds. The single-player adventure is heading to most major consoles next week.
Halcyon colony is looking for more people to bring their talents to The Outer Worlds. However, applicants should remember that all guarantees are not guaranteed.
A new PlayStation Underground video offers up half an hour of gameplay footage from The Outer Worlds. The hosts go through one of the early quests in the town of Edgewater, with senior designer Brian Heins and producer Matthew Singh on hand to answer some questions.
Given the number of games making their way to the Switch, it’s not too odd that The Outer Worlds would be joining. Still, it is welcome news nonetheless.
The Outer Worlds received a release date at this year’s E3, but there was also a demo of the game to check out. Pascal Tekaia reported back on his brief visit to the planet Monarch.
Obsidian Entertainment’s The Outer Worlds gave the Xbox E3 Briefing an RPG to kick things off with. Along with a new trailer, the game also received an October release date.
Included among the announcements at Epic Games’ GDC keynote presentation was the news that The Outer Worlds’ PC version is coming to the Epic Games Store. Otter stores will still get the game, but it will take a year to reach them.
Obsidian Entertainment’s latest action RPG The Outer Worlds takes players to the edge of space. Co-directors Leonard Boyarsky and Tim Cain reveal their thoughts about fan expectations and more in this video interview.
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2019 already has plenty of titles to get excited for. The RPGamer staff picked out a selection of games they are most anticipating and are keen to hear what readers are looking forward to.