This is the first trailer for The Outer Worlds, a brand-new first-person RPG from Obsidian and Private Division. Exploring the far reaches of space, you'll encounter different factions, all of which are competing for power.
After teasing an announcement at the tail-end of November, Obsidian Entertainment came good with The Outer Worlds tonight at this year's Keighleys. The government seized the Corporation, but all of a sudden their carefully calculated equation appears unpredictable variable is you and your decisions.
The Outer Worlds is coming to PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
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The game is set on a colonised planet far out in the galaxy.
From the original creators of Fallout and the developers of Fallout: New Vegas comes this wild space game filled with so much life, charisma, character, and disclaimers. Here's all you need to know about The Outer Worlds, from the release date window to the latest gameplay news and trailers.
The moment a lot of Fallout fans have been waiting for has just arrived. But it's something Obsidian has always done exceptionally well, so it's a smart play and a relief to see the team leaning on its strengths.
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You'll meet various characters throughout your travels across the various settlements, space stations and other risky environments Halcyon has to offer, and some will be interested in joining your crew.
As you would expect from Obsidian, this is a single-player RPG with plenty of freedom.
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