Published: Sat, December 08, 2018
Entertaiment | By Mabel Barber

The Outer Worlds is Obsidian's Ambitious-Looking Sci-Fi RPG

The Outer Worlds is Obsidian's Ambitious-Looking Sci-Fi RPG

Ultimately, you'll decide what sort of a character you'll be and the path you'll carve out in The Outer Worlds' "player-driven" story. Though numerous games revealed at the event were smaller indie titles or "AA" games, they made up for their lower budgets with unique settings, intriguing gameplay mechanics, and pure passion on the part of the developers speaking about them.

Obsidian revealed it's newest game, The Outer Worlds, at The Game Awards 2018 and offered a trailer showing what looks to be a Fallout-esque adventure in outer space. Set in a quirky sci-fi universe filled to the brim with humor, attractive vistas, and unsafe aliens, the game manages to blend elements of Fallout, Mass Effect, and even Bioshock into one package. Just as those trademarks earlier this year suggested, it's called The Outer Worlds.

The game is not an open-world RPG, but rather a series of interconnected, smaller worlds and locations. Obsidian was the driving force behind Fallout: New Vegas, and the company also has some game designers on hand that were involved in creating the original Fallout game, which Obsidian is quick to point out. There's plenty here for everyone, so scroll on down and enjoy to see what's coming in 2019! Despite Obsidian recently becoming a Microsoft first-party studio, this game will continue to be published by Take-Two's Private Division and will be a multi-platform release for PC, Xbox One and PS4.

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In it, you play as a colonist taking on megacorps... or not.

However The Outer Worlds turns out, it may be hard for Bethesda's eventual take on the space RPG not to feel like retreaded ground. Will you be getting this when it launches next year?

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