The Outer Worlds, The Sinking City and more are coming to the Epic Games Store first

Gare – Thursday, March 21, 2019 4:13 PM
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Obsidian Entertainment’s highly-anticipated sci-fi RPG, The Outer Worlds, will be skipping Steam during its 2019 launch, and will only be available via the Epic Games Store and the Windows Store on PC. According to the announcement, this exclusivity will last 12 months and the game will be released on other digital platforms (Steam included) in 2020. The console versions remain unaffected, though, meaning The Outer Worlds will be launching on both Xbox One and PlayStation 4 sometime later this year, alongside the Epic Games Store and Windows Store versions.

Epic Games has announced quite a number of additional timed exclusives coming to their platform during this year’s Game Developers Conference: the PC versions of titles like Remedy’s Control, Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey, and the Lovecraft-inspired The Sinking City will all be coming to the Epic Games Store first. One of the biggest surprises came from Quantic Dream: the company known for developing PlayStation-exclusive titles announced that three of its cinematic adventure games – Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls, and last year’s Detroit: Become Human – will also be making their way to PC via the Epic Games Store. A full list of upcoming titles announced for Epic’s platform can be found here .

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