Here’s one for Fallout fans. Obsidian had already revealed that its Fallout-like sci-fi RPG The Outer Worlds will debut on PC, Xbox One and PS4 October 25th. However, sometime after that, it’ll land on the Nintendo Switch as well.
Of course, Nintendo’s console is less powerful than Sony and Microsoft’s consoles, and it won’t pack as much punch as your PC, so we will have to see how well The Outer Worlds will run on the Switch. At least Nintendo fans will not be left out of the fun when the game is released in October.
For this version, Obsidian is teaming up with Virtuos, which has helped bring other titles like Dark Souls Remastered and Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age to Switch. Right now there’s no firm release date for The Outer Worlds’ arrival on Switch, but the UK eShop has the release date for sometime this year. That’s really about all that we know about this at the time of this writing.
So if you thought that the game looked good and were sad that it wouldn’t hit the Nintendo Switch, it looks like you will be able to play it after all. That is great news.
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