One of the best surprises at last year's Game Awards show was the unveiling of The Outer Worlds, a cool looking sci-fi RPG from Obsidian Entertainment. From what's been shown of the game so far, it seems to be shaping up rather nicely, taking the Fallout formula to space with a fair amount of style.
It's being published by Private Division, a label created by Take Two to handle smaller scale projects and indie games. Speaking to Game Informer, the company has confirmed that The Outer Worlds will be launching both digitally and physically, and will retail for $60. We had sort of assumed this would be the case, but given the publisher's only released game is the digital-only Kerbal Space Program, this will be its first physical title.
Will you be picking up The Outer Worlds on disc or digital? Are you happy with the full price tag, or were you expecting to pay less? Space out in the comments below.