The Outer Worlds lands on Nintendo Switch in June

Prepare your memory cards for launch.

Sci-fi role-player The Outer Worlds will arrive for Nintendo Switch as a physical release and digital download on 5th June.

Boxed copies will include a physical cartridge - but also a sizeable download, as has rather become the norm. You'll need space to fit a 6GB download, described as a "day one patch".

The game's Nintendo Switch price point has been set at £50/€60.

The Outer Worlds launched first for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One back in October last year to generally favourable reviews. It's developed by Obsidian, the studio perhaps best known for its work on Fallout: New Vegas, and more recently the enjoyable South Park: The Stick of Truth.

Edwin Evans-Thirlwell described it as "RPG comfort food that never stretches the imagination," in Eurogamer's The Outer Worlds review.

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