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With the release of Obsidian's new sci-fi RPG The Outer Worlds getting closer by the day - as most release dates tend to do - the latest video provides a look at the planets you'll visit. And the company's that run them. This new clip really sells the satirical comedic vibe of the game, which is one-part Fallout and one part Futurama. With a dash of Borderlands.

But still, very much it's own thing. And a first-person RPG that has the feel of something like Fallout: New Vegas. In other words, classic Obsidian.



And we can't wait to play it. Well, play it some more. As per our recent deep dive and interview piece on the game, it sounds more than promising.
Character development is a huge part of the game. Every decision you make -- whether it’s accepting someone's kind offerings for a job well done or blasting them in the face to steal their loot -- will all affect the way the character evolves and is perceived in the world. You could find yourself hated by the masses and not trusted, or you could find yourself respected and loved as a compassionate individual. This all plays to how the story unfolds for you.

The Outer Worlds is out October 25 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. With a Nintendo Switch release to follow at a later date.



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