of Andreas Bertits
Obsidian's science fiction role-playing game The Outer Worlds has finally a release date for the Nintendo Switch. But you have to be patient for a few more weeks.

Are you waiting for Obsidian's science fiction role-playing game The Outer Worlds to be able to play on your Nintendo Switch? It is nearly time.

It starts in March

The Outer Worlds (buy now for € 34.99) you can either buy and download it from the Nintendo eShop from March 6, 2020 or buy it as a retail version in stores. In the box you will only find a download code that you have to redeem in the Nintendo eShop. A module is not included.

The port comes from Virtuos Games, which already handled the Nintendo Switch version of Dark Souls Remastered and the Spyro: Reignited Trilogy. The switch version of The Outer Worlds is the same game as for PC, PS4 and Xbox One, but adapted to Nintendo's current console. We'll see how the touchscreen is integrated into the controller.

We'll see how The Outer Worlds plays on the Nintendo Switch on March 6th. It is certainly interesting to be able to experience the exciting and fun adventures in the Halcyon system on the go.

Source: Gematsu

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