Obsidian Entertainment has been acquired by Xbox Game Studios last year, and it looks like it is starting to ramp its production up as it focused on a brand new title when it still has to release the much anticipated The Outer Worlds from the creators of the original Fallout games.
Obsidian Entertainment senior narrative designer Megan Starks talks about choice in The Outer Worlds and how they'll impact your journey.
I saw The Outer Worlds behind closed doors at E3 last week, and I was going to write about it and tell you how cool it looked, despite the gameplay demo being a fairly slight 20-or-so minute showing compared to Cyberpunk 2077's near hour-long presentation. Now I don't have to, because pretty much everything I saw has been put on the internet anyway! It kicks off at the 4.30 mark:
I've just seen a game that reminds me of Deus Ex. It's set in a dystopia where corporations call the shots, and you can approach situations how you see fit.
I couldn't shake a fascinating thought as I left the E3 press demo for The Outer Worlds: Obsidian Entertainment quite obviously put together a chunk of gameplay to draw comparisons to Fallout: New Vegas. Why? To prove someone can still make...
Xbox has not taken anything to start with the surprises during its conference at E3 2019 and a few moments ago revealed release date of The Outer Worlds.
The new sci-fi RPG from Obsidian Entertainment, the makers of Alpha Protocol and Fallout: New Vegas, is coming just in time for Halloween, on October 25th.
The Outer Worlds, Obsidian's upcoming game, has a new E3 Trailer and finally has a release date for the PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
Legendary RPG developer Obsidian Entertainment has partnered with Private Division on their next title, which is called The Outer Worlds, and a new trailer has been released
Hero? Villain? Lunatic? Your decisions drive the outcome in this immersive single-player sci-fi RPG from Obsidian Entertainment and Private Division Private Division and Obsidian Entertainmenttoday announced The Outer Worlds is now available for preorder and will launch on October 25, 2019 across the Xbox One family of devices, including Xbox One X, on the PlayStation®4 system, and on Windows …