Outward: Definitive Edition dated for May 17 release on new-gen consoles and PC

Outward: Definitive Edition dated for May 17 release on new-gen consoles and PC
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Publisher Prime Matter has declared that Outward: Definitive Edition will launch on May 17.

As previously announced, the Definitive Edition of the survival RPG includes both expansions; Three Brothers and The Sorobreans. There’ll also be a bunch of updated and new content all set in the magical world of Aurai. You’ll be able to tackle the game’s main story alone or with a friend in co-op.

A new trailer has also dropped to give new players an idea what to expect. Threatening creatures, hazardous environments and infectious diseases are all clear and present dangers on your quest. You’ll not only have to defend yourself from foes, but be sure to sleep well, stay hydrated and look after yourself too.

Expect varied missions, hidden dungeons and plenty of challenges to overcome as you seek an end to The Corruption. The latter is a toxic material found naturally in the world, but was spread across the land after a Scourge Spell destroyed the major cities, causing death and destruction.

If you’ve already got the base game and the ‘Three Brothers‘ DLC on the PC, you can also claim a free upgrade to this Definitive Edition too. Handy! Check out the new release date trailer for the game for yourself down below. Outward: Definitive Edition arrives on Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 5 and PC on May 17.