The Outer Worlds: Spacer’s Choice Edition will offer 4K graphics at 60 frames per second, improvements to volumetric lighting, the particle system and environments, which will show a greater density of elements. Artificial intelligence has also been worked on to make companions more useful, improving the open world feel with greater depth of field, introducing improvements to dynamic weather conditions, and redone character models and animations. This work has been done in collaboration with Virtuos, a renowned support studio.
PlayStation 5 users will also gain support for the DualSense controller, allowing you to notice different trigger effects depending on the weapon.
Along with the base game, the Spacer’s Choice Edition includes the DLC Danger on Gorgon and Murder on Eridanus. These two pieces of content do not expand the main campaign, but rather each offer a new story arc that can be completed once you have the appropriate level. On the other hand, the maximum level has also been increased to 99, which will allow players to find new ways to build their character using the seven branches of the skill tree.
The Outer Worlds is a sci-fi RPG that puts players in the shoes of a character who finds himself aboard a colony ship that gets lost on its way to the outer reaches of the galaxy. Decades later, our protagonist wakes up to find himself embroiled in a conspiracy that threatens to destroy the Halcyon colony, which is owned by the corporate board that runs it. The adventure that will be launched will allow you to explore different planets and places in a universe where there are various factions seeking power. The player’s decisions will determine how the story unfolds.
The original The Outer Worlds was released in 2019 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC and a year later the version for Nintendo Switch arrived. Obsidian Entertainment is currently working on The Outer Worlds 2.