Outward: Definitive Edition è ora disponibile per PC, PlayStation 5 e Xbox Series X|S

Outward: Definitive Edition è ora disponibile per PC, PlayStation 5 e Xbox Series X

It is time to return to the world of Aurai, which will now appear more magical and enchanting than ever. In fact, Outward: Definitive Edition arrives which, in addition to numerous visual and gameplay improvements, is shown today in a new musical trailer. This pays homage, through sounds, to the countless adventures lived and to be lived in the world of Aurai.

The new music trailer for Outward: Definitive Edition

The game is available today on PC, with an absolute debut on new gen consoles: PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X | S. The Definitive Edition includes, in addition to the base game, the two DLCs: The Three Brothers and The Soroboreans. There are also numerous qualitative improvements, both in terms of graphics and gameplay. These include:

  • New unique encounters in dungeons
  • New scenarios
  • New diseases
  • Improved spells and creation
  • Visual optimization
  • More totem workshops

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We also remind you that those who already own the base game and The Three Brothers DLC can redeem a free copy of the Definitive Edition.

To learn more about the individual DLCs and the full game, read also:

Marco Brunasso

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