THE OUTER WORLDS: Narrative Designer On The Possibility Of Sequels To The Upcoming Role-Playing Game

THE OUTER WORLDS: Narrative Designer On The Possibility Of Sequels To The Upcoming Role-Playing Game

THE OUTER WORLDS: Narrative Designer On The Possibility Of Sequels To The Upcoming Role-Playing Game

Megan Starks, the narrative designer behind The Outer Worlds, recently teased that Obsidian Entertainment would absolutely be interested in sequels to the upcoming game if it proves to be a hit.

Obsidian Entertainment's next game is only a month and two weeks away from release. The Outer Worlds will be a first-person shooter and role-playing game much like Fallout. That makes sense given that a lot of the crew at Obsidian are responsible for creating the Fallout franchise.

Another thing that The Outer Worlds might one day have in common with the Fallout franchise is it consisting of many installments. Recently, the upcoming game's narrative designer, Megan Starks participated in an interview with VGC in which she was asked about the possibility of the game evolving into a franchise.

Starks explained that Obsidian is currently focused on getting The Outer Worlds out to players. However, if the game proves to be a hit then they'd absolutely interested in sequels. 

"I guess it depends on if people like the game, but we would absolutely be interested in plans like it, yeah. I really enjoyed making this game so I would like to work on it a while longer. But I think first our focus is polishing up this game and getting it out the door!"

The developer then teased that they've already got countless ideas for expanding the fictional universe. "The nice thing is, since the game is from the co-creators of the original Fallout IP, they just have notes and notes… we already have a full universe of lore, which is really nice."


The Outer Worlds will be releasing for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on October 25th, 2019 — and for the Nintendo Switch at a later date.
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