Fans finally know the release date for The Outer Worlds.
Obsidian Entertainment has revealed the release date for The Outer Worlds on Nintendo Switch. It will be landing on June 5 and will be released both digitally and physically.
Originally, the game was slated for release on March 6th but was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Obsidian Entertainment is known for its history with the Fallout series. The Outer Worlds was created by the writers of the original Fallout games and Fallout: New Vegas. Those games are some of the most critically acclaimed titles of all time. Throughout your adventure, you’ll make choices that impact how the story develops and how your character progresses.
In an official forum post last year, DLC was teased for the Sci-Fi-RPG. This will expand the story and will be arriving sometime later in 2020. Hopefully, this will also make the jump to the Switch.
The Outer Worlds was easily one of the best games last year, in my opinion, and fans will finally be able to experience it on the go. Obsidian has confirmed that the physical version of the game will come with a mandatory day-one patch, which will improve overall performance. This is estimated to be around 6GB.
The Outer Worlds launches on Nintendo Switch on June 5 with a $59.99 price tag.
Are you going to pick up a copy when it releases to the Switch? If you are, are you going to go for physical or digital?