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Fallout meets Starfield in your next free PC RPG

Sam Cawley

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Fallout meets Starfield in your next free PC RPG

Featured Image Credit: Obsidian Entertainment

Don’t walk, run to the Epic Games store right now as its next free game is an RPG that’s essentially Fallout with a Starfield twist.

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Epic Games store is a fantastic platform to snag some freebies, arguably better than Steam since it’s more likely to give away AAA games free-of-charge.

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It’s said that last year the Epic Games store gave away $10,000 worth of free software, and it’s latest offering is one you won’t want to miss.

It’s none other than The Outer Worlds, specifically the Spacer’s Choice Edition of the game which includes all of the game’s DLC.

Made by Obsidian Entertainment, the developer that brought you Fallout: New Vegas, The Outer Worlds is basically the company’s version of a Fallout game but in space, which is also how people generally describe Starfield.

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While it differs from Bethesda’s RPG is a number of ways the formula remains pretty much the same, as it’s a shooter with loads of side content, plenty of fun weapons to play with and an assortment of perks to make your character stronger.

It’ll soon be joined by Avowed, another Obsidian Entertainment game that’s being compared to The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.

The Outer Worlds: Spacer’s Choice Edition will be given away for free starting on 4 April, and it’ll remain free until 11th April which gives you about a week to add it to your library.

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If you’re a fan of RPGs and/or sci-fi games it’s well-worth a go and while it falls short of Bethesda's Fallout games in a few ways it has enough redeeming qualities to help it stand on its own.

Plus it’s another Epic Games freebie, so what’s the point in looking a gift horse in the mouth?

Topics: Fallout, Starfield, PC, Epic Games, Free Games

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