Outer Worlds is All Set to Launch on PS4 on October 15th

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Outer Worlds, the game of the year candidate is all set to make its debut on a new platform on October 15th. This crowdfunded game was launched for PCs in June via the Epic Games Store and then onto the Xbox and now finally PlayStation gamers can enjoy this game. Outer Worlds is one of a kind game that is set in a small solar system. The game runs in a 22-minute loop and you will be exploring different worlds at different times.

As you start traveling around the solar system, you will get to unravel some interesting mysteries. It is filled with weird creatures, horrors, and vistas which will give you an entirely new experience in gaming. The players will get to figure out the secrets present in their universe while they ship in it. This game has different kinds of scenarios and space exploration is just a part of it.

The universe present in this game keeps on changing constantly and you will get to access one place only once. You will be racing against the clock as you keep on exploring different things present in a particular place.

Kelsey Rice, developer of this game announced Outer Worlds’ arrival on PS4 through a blog post and he stated that every round in this game is handcrafted with perfection. The unique narrative of this game along with different worlds and graphics makes it much more interesting. The entire universe in this game keeps changing regardless of whether the player is ready for it or not. The game also doesn’t force the player to play the game multiple times to reach another place. As time progresses, the place will start changing. The developer has urged players to not watch others playing the game as it changes their perspective.

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