The science fiction role-playing game The Outer Worlds from Obsidian Entertainment and publisher Private Division celebrated its fourth birthday yesterday and the makers found another reason to celebrate the anniversary.
It was revealed that on the fourth anniversary of The Outer Worlds’ original release, overall sales of the game and its remaster (The Outer Worlds: Spacer’s Choice Edition) increased worldwide exceeded 5 million copies.
The last time the creators reported sales of The Outer Worlds was in August 2021 – back then the number was 4 million copies. Additionally, the game reached 5 million people (including Game Pass subscribers) by March 2023.
The fact that The Outer Worlds has reached 5 million copies sold was announced by publisher Take-Two Interactive (owner of Private Division) in a presentation for its company Can reportHowever, an official announcement has only now been made.
The official microblog The Outer Worlds accompanied the announcement of 5 million copies sold with postcards from two in-game companies: Simply Space and Aunt Cleo. The latter claims so “Five million can’t be wrong”.
“In honor of this triumph and our fourth anniversary, we sent you a pseudo-apple spectral vodka! Don’t worry: we have deducted the cost of this gift from your salary.”“College” pleased its employees.
The Outer Worlds was released on October 25, 2019 and is now available for PC (Steam, EGS, Microsoft Store), PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, S and Nintendo Switch. The game was included in Game Pass from the start – the same fate awaits The Outer Worlds 2.