Outcast: A New Beginning: Cutter Slade Gets His Release Date [VIDEO]

Appeal Studios and THQ Nordic have jumped on the price increase bandwagon and are charging a bit more for Outcast 2 (only the name is missing the number two) on consoles and PC.


Here’s the official description of the game: “Get ready to immerse yourself in the fascinating alien realm of Adelpha, uncover its secrets, and enjoy the funniest dad jokes in the galaxy, expertly delivered by our hero, Cutter Slade. Offering a slightly self-deprecating yet wholesome take on sci-fi themes and tropes, Outcast brings a sense of fun to a planetary uprising against ruthless robotic invaders. Weapon upgrades, aliens and monsters (that can also be predators) – you will find it all in Outcast, the upcoming open-world action adventure from Appeal Studio and THQ Nordic: A New Beginning!

Play as Cutter Slade, ex-Navy SEAL, and gain the trust of the local Talan. Engage in guerrilla warfare, such as destroying enemy ammunition convoys to weaken bases, and freely choose where to launch the next attack to determine the success of the Talan uprising. The stakes are high, but Cutter Slade brings dry humor to the forefront, adding a touch of wit to the intense storyline. Rediscover the awe-inspiring game world that recalls the beloved Outcast 1, while offering something entirely new and accessible to newcomers. Every corner is full of wonders and surprises,” THQ Nordic wrote.

The situation is a bit funny, because so far we’ve seen the game at THQ Nordic’s digital event in 2021, then last year and this year… and then suddenly two weeks ago it broke that tradition with a video of combat (embedded a few lines below), and we also have a price increase to report here. The sequel to Outcast will cost €/$60 on PC and €/$70 on consoles, according to THQ Nordic, which is part of the Embracer group that has restructured itself.

And the release date has already been revealed in the title, with Outcast: A New Beginning will be released on March 15 for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series and PC (Steam).

Source: Gematsu

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