The Outer Worlds is Coming to Nintendo Switch in Early 2020

Published on November 8, 2019

The new game “The Outer World” is expected to release by 2020 on Nintendo Switch. A subsidiary made an announcement today of taking two Interactive that the game will be released on the Nintendo Switch during the financial year 2020. We could assume that the game could be released at the end of the fiscal year that is March 31, 2020, or maybe it could be released before the financial year ends.

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Announcements made related to the new game release 

According to an investor call, it was confirmed that the game is launching by FY 2020 and on the Nintendo Switch. During the conference call Strauss Zelnick, the CEO of Take-Two, said that they are pleased as the critical success and sales of the Outer Worlds has already exceeded their expectation. By Obsidian Entertainment, “The Outer World” is the most massive game; after the release within a short period, the company can draw attention to NPCs and adjusted the play style of a variety of players.

The game is expected to be an excellent addition to the library of Nintendo Switch, and it may also satisfy any of the RPG fans. The game was launched on 25th October 2019 for the device like PS4, PC, and Xbox One but was not released for the Nintendo Switch. Today it was confirmed after the announcement that the game would be soon released for Nintendo Switch. Still, there is no apparent informant about the version of the game that is expected to launch on Nintendo Switch.

The co-game director, Tim Caine, said at Obsidian upon the game’s release last month, which they will set out to create a new RPG universe for the players so that they could get a chance to explore. After it releases on the Nintendo Switch, the game is expected to reach more popular.

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