The Outer Worlds appears to have done very well for itself, if publisher Take-Two's most recent statements are to be taken at face value. During the company's latest financial call, the role-playing game was described as a "critical and commercial success".
Take-Two president Karl Slatoff said that Obsidian's sci-fi title is "exceeding our expectations" in terms of sales, helped on by "outstanding" reviews. While the publisher didn't share any specific figures, it's clear that The Outer Worlds has been a hit. Not bad for a single-player RPG with no live elements, eh?
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