Tuesday, July 30, 2019

The Outer Worlds Coming to Nintendo Switch

Upcoming sci-fi RPG game Obsidian Entertainment, The Outer Worlds comes to Nintendo Switch following launch on other platforms.

Although developer Obsidian Entertainment never returned for a sequel to their successful Fallout series spin-off title Fallout: New Vegas, another role-playing game became their recent project of focus, titled The Outer Worlds.

Already announced to launch on October 25, 2019 for players of PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One platforms, a Nintendo Switch version has now become official so that people can take a trip to a dystopian future on the go.

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The Outer Worlds Coming to Nintendo Switch

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Senior producer Matthew Singh announces their upcoming single-player sci-fi RPG game in following trailer.




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The game sets around a sci-fi premise of a future that is dominated by huge corporations that are terraforming planets for colonize them. Player character wakes up from hibernation after seventy years to revive fellow colonists of his ship.

Many are expecting some resemblance with Fallout games because of developer's past ties with named franchise and there might be some similarities after all. It allows protagonist to kill anyone at will but lacks a crafting system within.

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Of course, Nintendo hybrid console has its fair share of hardware limitations, Obsidian has partnered with Virtuos, who has successfully ported other renowned titles like Dark Souls: Remastered and L.A. Noire to Switch in past.

Obsidian Entertainment didn't reveal a definitive release date for Nintendo Switch version of The Outer Worlds other than saying, it will come after the game launches on other platforms and that ranges from later this year to early 2020.