Although Outworlds is a completely separate franchise from the ownership of the Bethesda Fallout series, the game contains strong indicators of both Fallout: New Vegas and the Last Entry of Obsidian in the sci-fi RPG genre is connected and taking place in the same universe. Released last week to the delight of both critics and fans alike, Outworlds proved to be a pleasant, nostalgic outing for all the reasons fans fell in love with games like Fallout in the first place , featuring a wide variety of quests, creatures and thousands of well-written lines of dialogue between them.
Outside Worlds is not only a hit for Obsidian Entertainment, but also for Microsoft's Xbox Game Pass. Since the company was recently bought by Xbox, future Obsidian titles as a follow-up to Outworlds are likely to appear exclusively on Microsoft's console, and the buzz of good reviews around the title only confirms that they have been made a quality purchase .
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As referenced in a report by JustPushStart the links between Fallout: New Vegas and worlds may be more than sentimental. Following the conclusion of one of numerous faction searches in New Vegas, depending on the player's choice, he can learn the leader of the devastated wasteland of Vegas, Mr. House, on plans to colony in the stars to search for unpolluted planets . In The Outer Wilds, players take on the role of a colonist who was ready to do just that before their ship accidentally moved into space for seventy additional years.
Fallout: New Vegas was incorporated in 2281 and according to the introductory plans of the Outworlds plans for hibernation cameras and the introduction of the idea of Colony Halsion was first shown to the public in 2285 only four years later. Mr. House himself uses a form of cryogenic preservation, and although in New Vegas he mentioned that it could take a hundred years to perfect it for space travel, perhaps the player's actions as the Courier helped speed it up on this timeline
Whether it's just an Easter egg or the Obsidian developers really intend players to think that the Colony of Halcion in the Outer Worlds is a continuation of Mr. House's storyline of New Vegas stays up see. The end-of-game information twist, which is not repeated here for fear of spoilers, can offer some confirmation of this theory and it is difficult to argue against the capitalist nature of the Halsion government, which would be absolutely something that Mr House would invent. Maybe there are more clues hidden in the Outworlds just waiting to be found?
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