Months after Outer Worlds launched on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch owners will also get the chance to explore the wide beyond starting March 6th. You can buy the game from the Nintendo eShop, or you can get the in-store physical version, which is nothing more than a download code in a box. Yeah, it’s annoying when they do that, but oh well. Either way, it’s gonna cost you $60, and ultimately, the game is well-worth your money.
Hey there, Nintendo fans? Have you been feeling left out when it comes to Outer Worlds? I’m sure that a fair number of you have been itching to explore space with different corporations breathing down your neck at all times on the go. Well, in just about a month, you’ll finally be able to do so. On Friday, March 6th, you’ll finally be able to play Outer Worlds on your (presumably) console of choice.
The studio behind the port is Virtuous Games, aka the people behind the PS4, Xbox One and Switch ports of L.A. Noire. In other words, they’re people that, at the very least, know their way around ports. True, L.A. Noire and Outer Worlds are very different games, but still. Anyway, the game will cost you $60, and you can download it from the eShop or purchase the physical version from a store. You’ll still have to download the whole game even if you get the physical version, because it’s literally just a box with a code.
So, yeah, there you have it. Remain patient for just another month, and you’ll be flying around the galaxy and trying to balance between different factions. And, while we’re on the subject, we’ve got a whole bunch of Outer Worlds guides to help you if you get stuck somewhere.