The pre-production of The Outer Worlds 2 would have already started
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Obsidian Entertainment has already launched the pre-production of The Outer Worlds 2, a continuation of the first-person action RPG appreciated, released last year for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One under the Private Division publisher.
The details come with the kind permission of Daniel Ahmad, Analyst of Nike Partners, who shared his knowledge on the subject in a tweet.
According to Ahmad, the project would only be in its infancy because Obsidian Entertainment would currently explore the possibilities of working on a suite. If it works, it could come into production fairly quickly, allowing the Xbox Game Studios' developer to manage intellectual property as a full franchise.
The last time I heard that a new entry into the franchise was being explored, currently in pre-production, the analyst reported.
Could change in something else, of course, but it's the current status, he added, suggesting that, nothing is already engraved in the marble, the studio could turn it into a different project.
The Outer Worlds have just published its first additional content, which has been welcomed with a positive welcome.
It is likely that, although The Outer Worlds was multi-platform, a suite would only come out on Xbox and PC because Microsoft acquired Obsidian Entertainment, Fallout New Vegas designers, shortly after its launch.
For the moment, Obsidian works on its brand-new AAA Avowed RPG, coming exclusively on PC and Xbox Series X. Although it is a new IP address, it is located in the world of Pillars of Eternity and would be Similar to Skyrim in its reach and size.