Rumors of a “definitive version” of The Outer World came true this week, with Xbox’s announcement of The Outer Worlds Spacer’s Choice Edition. This edition, which is already available on the market, incorporates a large series of improvements to the title developed by Obsidian Entertainment, among which stand out better visuals as well as smarter AI or the increase of the maximum level of the character.
Nevertheless, the arrival of The Outer Worlds Spacer’s Choice Edition to Xbox Game Pass has not occurred with the release of the game, something that those who had a half game of this fantastic title were waiting for, in order to enjoy the best possible version of the game. This has made many people wonder if this edition will become part of the Xbox service catalog or not, and the answer will not make everyone happy.
Is The Outer Worlds Spacer’s Choice Edition coming to Xbox Game Pass?
Although all Microsoft first party games are always available on Xbox Game Pass, it seems that The Outer Worlds Spacer’s Choice Edition will not reach the service of Redmond. The only way to enjoy all the improvements that the Obsidian Entertainment team has introduced to the game will be through the box, in exchange for a price of 47.99 euros if we are Xbox Live Gold or Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers.
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Also, that’s not the only bad news surrounding this new version of the Obsidian RPG. Apparently the game does not support save files from the original version, so if you were halfway through the game or wanted to start a new game with the upgrades unlocked, the game only offers the ability to start a new game completely from 0.
It remains to be seen if The Outer Worlds Spacer’s Choice Edition will arrive on Xbox Game Pass in the future, so that all subscribers to the service have the chance to enjoy the most complete experience of this title. However, for now at least, it looks like it won’t be happening any time soon, barring a shocking announcement from Microsoft in the coming weeks.