The Outer Worlds Review

If you were left wanting following the narrative unsatisfaction of Fallout 4, or if you were one of the many let down by the online-centric focus of Fallout 76, Obsidian Entertainment’s latest single-player open-world RPG, The Outer Worlds, may just be the looter-shooter you need right now. Billed as a quasi-spiritual successor to Fallout: New Vegas, and built from the ground up utilizing a new engine and a brand new IP, the Californian studio’s follow-up to last year’s Pillars Of Eternity II is easily one of 2019’s standout games, as well as one of the finest RPGs of the generation.

The Outer Worlds takes place across an interstellar colony known as Halcyon and is set in an alternate universe where President William McKinley wasn’t assassinated. As a result, Theodore Roosevelt never became president, which led to a divergent reality run and regulated by a handful of powerful mega-corporations.

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