June 26, 2022

The amazing Outer Worlds has done such a good job since its release this year. Stepping out of the Bethesda-shaped shadow of Fallout, The Outer Worlds offers something players had sorely been missing; a decent RPG with a solid narrative and progressing character customisation.

However, despite all of its plus points, The Outer Worlds has one flaw. It’s a little too short. However, Obsidian Entertainment has already done something to remedy that.

Taking to the Obsidian forums, Shyla, the Social Media Manager for Obsidian, posted the following;

“Greetings employees of Halcyon,

We want to take this opportunity to thank the incredible team behind The Outer Worlds. It is because of their hard work and dedication to this project that we received the Best Narrative, Best Performance – Ashly Burch, Best RPG, and Game of the Year nominations at The Game Awards.

To all of those who voted for us in The Game Awards, you are all fantastic and we are so grateful for your support. The reception to The Outer Worlds has been unbelievable to see, and even just being nominated means a lot. However, the journey isn’t over yet as we are excited to announce that we will be expanding the story through DLC next year! Details will be made available at a later date”.

Obsidian Forum

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As you can see, the team is hard at work. There’s no word on many DLC packs Obsidian has planned, or what it will bring. However, we do know that the DLC will expand the story beyond the main game. We’ll have more news on this story when it becomes available.

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You can see what awards The Outer Worlds was nominated for in our round-up of the Game Awards. And, to find out what we thought of the game, check out our review.


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