The Outer Worlds, the RPG from Obsidian's boys that winks at Fallout, it shows in 60 minutes of gameplay between shootings, conversations and more.

The Outer Worlds it is shown with a long gameplay where you can see a nice call to Fallout in several of its mechanics, the dialogues in the first place, but that on a technical level doesn't prove to be very bright. The title is developed by Obsidian, the house that developed Fallout: New Vegas, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 2 and Pillars of Eternity.

As mentioned above, the gameplay shows the point of the work on the game and unfortunately, for what you see, there seems to be still some uncertainty to smooth out. We don't know how recent the build shown is, but certainly the technical quality is certainly not a miracle.

Pretty the introduction of the bullet time, here called TTD (Tactical time dilataion) which gives a nod to the Fallout VATS (Vault-Tech assisted targeting system) name. Despite the technical uncertainties, it is early to make judgments given the lack of the game's shelves in its entirety.

What do you think of The Outer Worlds? Did you enjoy the gameplay? Are you afraid that an "old" title will come out? Do you believe it will improve before the release? Or will Obsidian manage to give us a technically dated but particularly fun game?

The Outer Worlds is expected for 25 October on Playstation 4, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch. Speaking of games in progress, you've heard that Riot Games has confirmed the development of a new fighting game?