Private Division has announced The Outer Worlds: Spacer's Choice Edition for PC and current-gen consoles, coming next week.
|The Outer Worlds: Spacer's Choice Edition Announced|
Months after a sequel was teased by an insider, a sequel for 2019 action role-playing game The Outer Worlds by developer Obsidian Entertainment and publisher Private Division was revealed at Xbox and Bethesda E3 2021 presentation.
An accidental listing for a new version of TOW was spotted at Taiwanese ratings board later last year. Today, Private Division officially announces The Outer Worlds: Spacer's Choice Edition for PC and current-generation console systems.
Newly introduced edition of The Outer Worlds includes better graphics, improved performance, additional animations and much more. There is an increased level cap for you to explore several ways and build your character skill tree now.
Spacer's Choice Edition features remastered version of TOW base game and its DLC expansions; Murder on Eridanos and Peril on Gorgon for $59.99 only or you can get a cheaper upgrade path to same console family or PC store at $9.99.
|Spacer's Choice Edition Upgrade Path|
Players are entitled to one upgrade per account whether it is on consoles or any PC storefronts. PlayStation 4 physical version owners of base game must insert TOW game disc every time they want to play or upgrade to new-gen version.
The Outer Worlds: Spacer's Choice Edition will be a digital only release and players have to start a new save file to play. Pre-order is live now and you can cancel early purchase any time before it becomes available or prior shipment date.