Obsidian Entertainment, Private Division, and Virtuous have announced that The Outer Worlds: Spacer’s Choice Edition, is slated for release in March. The Outer Worlds: Spacer’s Choice Edition will release on March 7, 2023, for Xbox Series X|S, PS5, and PC. Filled with all of the content ever released for The Outer Wilds slapped with enhancements and improvements, The Outer Worlds: Spacer’s Choice Edition is promising to be the best way to experience this RPG from 2019.
Check out the new trailer for The Outer Worlds: Spacer’s Choice Edition to see how the new release improves over the original game:
One of the most highlighted improvements in Spacer’s Choice Edition is the visual overhaul of the game. The Outer Wilds is not an old game by any means but still, it is getting a visual overhaul with higher resolution graphics, a dynamic weather system, overhauled lighting and environments, improved performance and load times, enhanced details on characters, increased level cap, and much more. The new Spacer’s Choice Edition will fully utilize the enhanced power of the next-gen consoles.
The Spacer’s Choice Edition comes bundled with the base game and both DLCs released for it post-launch, Murder or Eridanos and Peril on Gorgon for $59.99. All players who own the original The Outer Wilds and all of its DLCs will not get the new upgrade for free. Instead, they can upgrade by paying $9.99. This is applicable for all owners of PC (all storefronts, PS4, and Xbox One). With its next-gen release, The Spacer’s Choice Edition will now be available on all platforms apart from Nintendo Switch.
The Outer Wilds was originally released back in 2019 and everyone loved the new IP by ex-developers of the Fallout franchise. The game does share some vibes with Fallout but it is entirely a different game with its own characters, universe, and story. It was critically acclaimed at its launch and since then, the game has received two main expansions with plenty of upgrades. The latest Spacer’s Choice Edition is the culmination of the previous years and brings everything ever released in one convenient package for players who want to try this adventure for the first time or again after having played the original title.
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