Friday, October 18, 2019

The Outer Worlds Launch Trailer

Obsidian Entertainment releases official launch trailer of The Outer Worlds to herald its upcoming release.

We are exactly a week away from developer Obsidian Entertainment and publisher Private Division to release their upcoming role-playing game The Outer Worlds on October 25, 2019 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One platforms.

Players who love sci-fi RPG genre are already pretty pumped up for this largely anticipated single-player title that revolves around space exploration and a newly revealed trailer starts showcasing more of player-driven story elements.

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The Outer Worlds Launch Trailer

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Just ahead of its worldwide release, an official launch trailer is dropped focusing on various player choices.




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Small bits of footage from trailer shows off how player character has made quite a reputation into a space colony as a stranger right after waking up from cryosleep and arriving there to find his way into a new world full of possibilities.

Either try to sneaking up on unsuspecting enemy like an assassin or starts smashing up robots in true spirit of a brawler, actions of your character will shape up a persona to people around that also depends on a playstyle that suits you.

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However, whether or not you choose to be a beacon of hope for Halcyon Colony or a gruesome antagonist is completely up to you. Whoever you choose to be, it will all reflect on your actions and a branching story will unfold as you go.

Despite being considered an Epic Games Store-exclusive title for a year, PC version of The Outer Worlds is available on Microsoft Store and members of Xbox Game Pass can play it for free against their monthly subscription.

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Small pieces of exciting gameplay also offer a glimpse to a colorful alien world and interesting combat system. There will be no shortage of witty dialogue from friendly NPCs as you make progress as a good guy, villain or even a Moon Man?

The Outer Worlds clearly radiating signature styles of Obsidian all over it, which is a bit assuring. Aside from launching on major platforms, a Nintendo Switch port has been announced earlier but no official release date is given just yet.