Tuesday, October 22, 2019

The Outer Worlds Probably Won't Go Open-World For a Sequel

Developer Obsidian is eager to create a sequel to The Outer Worlds and turn the RPG into a series, but the team is wary of making the series open-world.

Talking to Game Informer, when asked about an open-world sequel co-game director Leonard Boyarsky said “Possibly. But I think the franchise leans a little bit away from that. It’s a pulpy space opera where you’re a guy or woman who flies from place to place, exploring a solar system. So to have one giant map defeats that.”

See what we think of The Outer Worlds in the review above.

Echoing that idea was narrative designer Nitai Poddar, who added “I’m always skeptical of this idea that seems to be going around in AAA development that open-world is the standard. That if you’re going to have a very big budget game that it should be open-world.”

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source http://www.ign.com/articles/2019/10/22/the-outer-worlds-probably-wont-go-open-world-for-a-sequel

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