X019: Reveal Trailer For Obsidian’s ‘Honey I Shrunk The Kids’ Survival RPG ‘Grounded’
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As it turns out, The Outer Worlds isn’t the only game Obsidian Entertainment has been working on. During Xbox’s X019 showcase today, a new game titled Grounded was announced with a reveal trailer.

The game is a first-person survival RPG with a catch: you play as someone the size of an insect. Basically, anyone who plays gets to pretend they’re in the 1989 Rick Moranis comedy Honey, I Shrunk the Kids and see how they fare trying to survive the dangers of a normal back yard when small bugs are now monsters.

You can find more info on Grounded and check out the reveal trailer below.

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Obsidian’s ‘The Outer Worlds’ Releases This Week; Watch The Launch Trailer
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The latest game from Obsidian Entertainment, developer of Fallout: New Vegas, Pillars of Eternity, Alpha Protocol, South Park: The Stick of Truth, Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic II, and more, is set to be released this week. And to mark the occasion, a launch trailer was recently released.

The game, titled The Outer Worlds, is a first-person sci-fi RPG in which the choices that you make will determine the character you become and how the story will play out.

You can find much more info on The Outer Worlds and watch the launch trailer below.

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‘The Outer Worlds’: New Trailer “Come To Halcyon” Released
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A new trailer for The Outer Worlds was released recently. The trailer is titled “Come to Halcyon,” and is presented as an employee recruitment video.

The game is the latest from Obsidian Entertainment, who previously developed Fallout: New Vegas, Pillars of Eternity, Alpha Protocol, South Park: The Stick of Truth, and Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic II among others.

You can find more info on The Outer Worlds and give the trailer a watch below.

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Watch: 20 and 28-Minute Gameplay Demos For ‘Fallout: New Vegas’ Developer’s ‘The Outer Worlds’
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Most fans of Fallout: New Vegas developer Obsidian Entertainment’s latest first-person RPG The Outer Worlds didn’t need much more than that first announcement trailer to be sold on the game. A new trailer released for E3 2019 earlier this summer only added to the excitement.

But if that wasn’t enough to sell you on the game, a pair of gameplay demos were released recently. The first is a 20-minute demo which was shown behind closed doors at E3; the second is a 28-minute demo which was shared with PlayStation. You can find both below.

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E3 2019: Obsidian’s ‘The Outer Worlds’ Gets A New Trailer, Release Date
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A new trailer for The Outer Worlds, the latest from Fallout: New Vegas and South Park: The Stick of Truth developer Obsidian Entertainment, has been released for E3 2019. In addition to the trailer, we now have a release date to look forward to as well.

The game, which is published by Private Division, is a first-person RPG set hundreds of years in the future. In it, you play as a character who finds themselves at the edge of the galaxy and among multiple factions all seeking to gain power. You the player will decide how this character goes about their business, and your choices in developing this character will affect how the game’s story ultimately plays out.

Click on over to the other side for an official description of The Outer Worlds and to check out the new trailer.

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