The Outer Worlds Looks Like It's Getting A Native Xbox Series X|S Upgrade

Obsidian's The Outer Worlds has been rated for next-gen platforms by the Taiwanese ratings board, a regular source for early leaks on upcoming titles. The sci-fi RPG first launched back in 2019 as an Xbox One game, shortly after Microsoft acquired the studio.

Since then, Obsidian has announced a sequel, although for all intents and purposes, The Outer Worlds 2 is years away at this point. It's looking like this next-gen port of The Outer Worlds could bridge that gap in the meantime.

For now, we don't know much about the contents of the upgrade, but the board has revealed its planned platforms. It's set to release on Xbox Series X|S, PS5 and PC, and it's apparently called the "Spacer's Choice Edition".

Since launch, The Outer Worlds has received two story add-ons that make up the game's season pass, which we'd assume would be included in any native next-gen version. Obsidian is also launching the Xbox exclusive Pentiment later this year, which we're very interested in as well!

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