Private Division and Obsidian announced the new release date for The Outer Worlds on Nintendo Switch.
The time has finally come to fix the appointment with Nintendo Switch, for the much-appreciated title of The Outer Worlds. The title of Obsidian Entertainment was due to release on the hybrid console of Nintendo on March 6, but due to the COVID-19 emergency, the normal flow of porting jobs had suffered some trips, which had forced developers and publishers ( Private Division) to reshape the running plans.
Since the announcement of last February 6, which seemed related mainly to the preventive closure of the studios of the porting developer, Virtuos, some time has now passed, but we have the definitive date now: the release of The Outer Worlds on Nintendo Switch is set for 5 June 2020.
The publisher confirms that the game will also be on sale in physical format (with cartridge), although it will be accompanied by an important day-one patch, which should have a file size of up to 6 GB. The studio explains that the patch for the title “will optimize gameplay, provide additional hi-res textures, and include other fixes to provide the employees of Halcyon with the best gameplay experience. Please ensure you have planned accordingly and have available space necessary for the patch.”
The Outer Worlds will be sold at a price of $59.99 in both digital and physical formats. Will you play this title on the hybrid console of the Big N? Tell us in the comments below.