Outer Wilds Might Get A PlayStation 4 Version Shortly

If a game gets rated in a country, it’s not only a joke but it also means it gets leaked before its official announcement Outer Wilds.

Outer Wilds, which was developed by Mobius Digital and published by Annapurna Interactive, came out on May 29 on Xbox One, followed by a PC (Epic Games Store) version a day later. This is an open-world exploration action-adventure title that so far isn’t available on the PlayStation 4, but the Game Rating and Administration Committee of Korea has rated the title.

„Outer Wilds is an open-world mystery about a solar system trapped in an endless time loop.

Welcome to the Space Program! – You’re the newest recruit of Outer Wilds Ventures, a fledgeling space program searching for answers in a strange, constantly evolving solar system.

Mysteries of the Solar System… – What lurks in the heart of the ominous Dark Bramble? Who built the alien ruins on the Moon? Can the endless time loop be stopped? Answers await you in the most dangerous reaches of space.

A World That Changes Over Time – The planets of Outer Wilds are packed with hidden locations that change with the passage of time. Visit an underground city of before it’s swallowed by sand, or explore the surface of a planet as it crumbles beneath your feet. Every secret is guarded by hazardous environments and natural catastrophes.

Grab Your Intergalactic Hiking Gear! – Strap on your hiking boots, check your oxygen levels and get ready to venture into space. Use a variety of unique gadgets to probe your surroundings, track down mysterious signals, decipher ancient alien writing, and roast the perfect marshmallow,” the Microsoft Store writes.

There’s no official announcement yet, but the State of Play stream might be revealing Outer Wilds officially for PlayStation 4.

Source: Gematsu

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