Obsidian announces The Outer Worlds for Nintendo Switch

Bet they'd planet all along.

That's right, like so many great games before it, The Outer Worlds will have a home on the Nintendo Switch.

Obsidian announced it's working with Virtuos - the developer which helped bring the likes of Dark Souls and L.A. Noire to the Switch - to assist with the port of The Outer Worlds.

Without any Fallout games lined up for the Switch, it looks like The Outer Worlds is still looking to "fill the void" left by the Fallout series.

It doesn't have a set release date for the Switch just yet, but we do know its launch will be at some point after that of the PS4, Xbox One and PC versions on 25th October.

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