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Outward: Definitive Edition

Nine Dots Studio , Prime Matter
May 17, 2022 - Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5, PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
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OpenCritic Rating

70

Top Critic Average

29%

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Critic Reviews for Outward: Definitive Edition

There's not much here to really dazzle, but if you haven't yet played it, Outward Definitive Edition has a lot to like for RPG and survival fans.

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An ambitious game that punches above its weight with unique RPG systems, survival mechanics and co-op support - and a lot of heart.

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If you are looking for a survival RPG, Outward has something interesting to say, but be prepared to face some of its flaws.

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Outward: Definitive Edition is the only version recommended right now for those wanting to experience the game for the first time. The lack of technical improvements and prominent additions end up making the game unattractive to previous players.

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Outward: Definitive Edition could be a great opportunity to breathe new life into a great game, but its next-gen release is marred by annoying glitches not present in the original version.

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This game has me super excited. I really am enjoying it, and as much as I do feel it is amazing, I feel it could still be better. This has probably been the thing I wracked my brain over the most as good and fun as it is, there was always something missing. Something not quite complete. Even now I am having trouble putting my finger on it. It is like every aspect that you could rate this game is only just off a perfect score. Maybe if it had a slightly bigger budget, or if it was backed by another studio or company that could have funded it more, I do not know that could have hurt it.

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I can’t convey just how impressed I was with Outward Definitive Edition. I would have been happy with a standard THQ Nordic styled remastered collection, but it was so much more. It was almost on the same level as the Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition, which I still hold as the gold standard of re-releases. There was so much love and care poured into every part of it, and in many ways it feels like a brand new game.

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