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News video games 04 July 2024, 03:58

author: Marcin Przala

Star Wars: Outlaws Won't Escape to Galaxy Far, Far Away. Ubisoft's Game Reached Gold Status

The release date of Star Wars: Outlaws shouldn't be in jeopardy, as the developers announced that the game reached gold status.

Source: Ubisoft Massive.

There are just under two months left until the world premiere of Star Wars: Outlaws. However, the developers have already informed via X that the title reached the gold status.

In the industry, the term "gold status" refers to when the work on the game's content is completed and the title can be transferred to physical media. Therefore, the release date of Star Wars: Outlaws scheduled for August 30 shouldn't be in jeopardy. Massive Entertainment studio now has several dozen days to "refine" the action game technically - whether by fixing bugs or optimizing the title - and to prepare the so-called day one patch.

Let's remind that Star Wars: Outlaws is a third-person open-world action game, in which we will play as the smuggler Key Vess. Together with her furry friend Nix, she traverses the galaxy, undertaking various assignments from the criminal underworld.

Outlaws is to be a highly condensed game compared to other Ubisoft open world titles. According to the developers, the main plot will last about 30 hours, while fully exploring all the planets will take about 60 hours.

Recently, the developers of Star Wars: Outlaws once again confirmed that on the day of the premiere, the game will be free of microtransactions (i.e. the traditional store with skins, etc., common in many Ubisoft games - it's not excluded that it will be added sometime after the debut of SW: Outlaws). However, the Ultimate Edition of the game offers a Season Pass, which will give players access to two future story expansions, as well as a special mission, "Jabba's Gambit" (available at launch).

Star Wars: Outlaws is coming to PC, Xbox Series X/S, and PlayStation 5.

Marcin Przała

Marcin Przała

Graduate of Journalism and Social Communication at the Pontifical University of John Paul II in Krakow. He has been interested in games from an early age, and Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare and Dragon Age: Origins hold a special place in his heart. His passion for electronic entertainment led to the phenomenon of immersion becoming the subject of his bachelor's thesis. Today, above all, a fan of soulslike and classic RPGs. Besides games, he likes dark fantasy literature, and for many years he has been eagerly following the English Premier League, where his beloved club - Chelsea - plays.