Outer Worlds Protagonist Exploring

Outer Worlds New Gameplay Released at Tokyo Game Show

Obsidian is at Tokyo Game Show 2019, and they are showing off new game play from the Outer Worlds. Check this out real quick.

Although the game play is completely subtitled in Chinese, there is still plenty for us English speakers to pull from this.

A decent amount of gun play is included in the footage, showcasing some of the special abilities and a few weapons available for use. All the dialogue being in English also allows us to try to piece together some sense of what is going on. This footage is taking place early game. The beginning of the video appears to show the main character finding their ship. We can also see some of the dialogue checks happening, even if it is out of context.

Obsidian has been known for their storytelling in Role playing games. From Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic 2 to Fallout: New Vegas, Obsidian has a track record for delivering acclaimed games. When they announced the Outer Worlds and their collaboration with the guys who helped create the original Fallout, hype was astronomical (pun intended).

Since then, game play has slowly been trickling out. As the release date approaches closer, it seems that they are going to possibly get longer. Every game play demo seems to be showing us a little bit more of the game. Different environments, new characters, different weapons, and even different main character designs. This seems to possibly show us the real possibilities of different playthroughs. Obsidian has spoken in the past about how they wish for this game to be very replayable. With different available play styles and multiple factions confirmed, not to mention Obsidian’s past work, I have no doubt that this will be very replayable.

The Outer Worlds is due out on October 25, 2019 on Playstation 4, Xbox One, and PC. It will have a Switch release at a later date.

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