Obsidian Entertainment’s award-winning RPG The Outer Worlds is finally landing on the Nintendo Switch on March 6th 2020.
A post on Twitter from publishers Private Division announced the release of the game for the Switch. The game will cost $59.99 and is available as a digital release or a can be purchased in a physical box with a download code. It will be the same game that was released on PC and console just with lower specs to be playable on the Switch.
Released in October 2019, The Outer Worlds is a single-player first-person sci-fi RPG created by the writers of the original Fallout games and Fallout New Vegas. Keeping with old Obsidian tradition, The Outer Worlds is a player-driven story meaning how you approach the world is up to you.This can be a good or bad thing as your choices will affect how the story develops, character builds and what companions think of you.
The game features a host of companions that you can recruit to help you on your journey, these companions will have their own missions, motivations and needs.It is up to the player to decide whether you want to help them or just use them for your own needs. In a forum post on the Obsidian website, DLC for the game was teased and is expected to release sometime in 2020 but no official release date has been announced.
The Outer Worlds remains as one of the best games to have released last year and it’s definitely worth a pick up if you have not played it already.
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Matthew is a Writer from the North-East of England. He is a huge fan of the Metal Gear Franchise and enjoys single player story driven games.