Murder on Eridanos will make landfall before the finish of March.
Obsidian’s spacefaring RPG The Outer Worlds is flying off on another DLC extension before the finish of March, distributer Take-Two reported for the current week.
During the distributer’s quarterly monetary outcomes this Monday, Take-Two uncovered that Murder on Eridanos, the game’s second DLC following keep going September’s Peril On Gorgon, will deliver before the association’s monetary year closes on March 31st (by means of VGC).
That is pretty much all we know for the time being, mind, with the game’s season pass further depicting the extension as “Halcyon Helen’s conclusive (and best!) experience”. With that up and coming delivery, we’d desire to discover all the more very soon, however I bet it’ll be evaluated at the equivalent $15 cost as Peril On Gorgon.
While there are no prompt intends to proceed with The Outer Worlds’ story past this subsequent experience, it’s far-fetched this’ll be the final appearance ever to be made by Obsidian’s nuclear age spacefaring universe. Last October, industry insider Daniel Ahmad asserted “another section” was being drifted in pre-creation—and keeping in mind that Obsidian was gained by Microsoft during the game’s turn of events, Xbox head Matt Booty revealed to GameInformer he trusted the arrangement would turn into an “suffering establishment” for the distributer.
Our own Tom Senior discovered The Outer Worlds to be a consummately “fine” RPG cavort in his audit, an unchallenging experience that is sufficiently fun whenever met on its own terms. Certainly, it might’ve won a Nebula Award for its content, yet Harry Shephard figures the sort of free corporate parody it sends simply doesn’t cut it in our present entrepreneur hellscape.