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The Outer Worlds will also arrive on Nintendo Switch

Private Division and Obsidian Entertainment have recently announced that the highly anticipated The Outer Worlds will also arrive on Nintendo Switch but only later than the PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions expected, ...
The Outer Worlds

The Outer Worlds could arrive as early as August

The Outer Worlds, the new first person RPG from Obsidian Entertainment and created under the direction of the authors of the first two Fallouts, could arrive earlier than expected - to be precise, the 6 ...

Obsiadian's Outer Worlds: video on the combat system

New details on The Outer Worlds' combat system have been shared through a video published by Game Informer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J-2WSJRe6EQ The lead designer Charles Staples and co-director Tim Cain show some clips of gameplay ...

15 minutes of gameplay for Obsidian's The Outer Worlds

Following the announcement during the The Game Awards 2018, the first gameplay video of the new role-playing game, developed by Obsidian Entertainment, The Outer Worlds, arrives via Game Informer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J3cRpYGVPsU The Outer Worlds was created ...

Here is the new Obsidian: The Outer Worlds game

The Outer Worlds is Obsidian Entertainment's new first-person role-playing game (Fallout: New Vegas). During The Game Awards 2018 a first trailer of the game's gameplay was shown. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MGLTgt0EEqc Despite ...

Call of Duty: Mobile Launches October 1

Developed Exclusively for Android and iOS, New Free-to-Play Mobile Game Delivers the Definitive Call of Duty Full Features Head-to-Head

Alan Wake Remastered coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and ...

According to rumors circulating in the last few hours, Alan Wake could return to a remastered version on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

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