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News video games 27 February 2023, 17:23

The Outer Worlds to Get Big Paid Upgrade

Obsidian Entertainment has announced The Outer Worlds: Spacer's Choice Edition, a heavily enhanced version of the 2019 RPG. The changes can be seen in the trailer.

If you haven't played The Outer Worlds (or you want to get to know this title after it is patched), Obsidian Entertainment can encourage you to do so with an improved version of the game - The Outer Worlds: Spacer's Choice Edition - which will soon be available for PC and current-gen consoles.

A trailer of this refreshed edition (available below) was published today. The developers claim that Spacer's Choice Edition is "the best way to experience The Outer Worlds".

Space RPG in new clothes

What will we find in this version? First of all all kinds of visual aspects will be improved. The game is expected to run in 4K and stable 60 fps on consoles. It will also receive upscaled textures, additional animations or better volumetric lighting, overall performance will also be improved.

In addition, The Outer Worlds is expected to offer even more opportunities to level up character thanks to increased level cap.

Unfortunately, the upgrade will not be free. To unlock the upgrade to Spacer's Choice Edition at a reduced price (for €7.99), you need to own both the base edition of the game and the two paid DLCs: Peril on Gorgon and Murder on Eridanos.

The Outer Worlds: Spacer's Choice Edition will debut on March 7, this year on PC (Steam, Epic Games Store,, as well as PS5 and XSX/S.

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