How To Buy The Outer Worlds For Just $1 With This Trick

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Obsidian Entertainment, the original creators of Fallout, are back with their next space RPG The Outer Worlds. While the game isn’t available on Steam yet, you can buy it on the Epic Games Store, for now. However, with the game being a new IP charging a full price of $60, we wouldn’t fault you for thinking too hard before buying it. Well, fret not, as you can get your hands on The Outer Worlds for just $1 (or Rs. 50) by following just a couple of small steps.

If you didn’t know, the game is available on Microsoft’s own subscription service – Xbox Game Pass. Despite the name, the service is available on PC too. To buy The Outer Worlds for just $1 (Rs.50), all you have to do is sign up for the service on the Microsoft store. As part of their inaugural offer, Xbox Game Pass can be availed at just $1 for your first month, after which the introductory price of $9.99 (Rs. 329) per month will come into effect. If you don’t want to be charged the full amount, just cancel your subscription within your first month after playing the game to your heart’s content.

The Outer Worlds Open World Space RPG

The Outer Worlds is a space-exploration based RPG from the makers of Fallout: New Vegas. The game follows your custom character as you’re awakened by the mad scientist Phineas Welles. The sprawling space RPG will take you to different planets in our solar system and beyond, with interesting characters and dialogue choices that will shape your story to be different from everybody else’s. You can read more about the game and our first impressions on it here.

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You can check back into this space later for our full review of the game once it’s up. But if you’re not keen on reading and want to test it out yourself, just follow the instructions above to play it at a low price. The game is also available on the PS4 for $60.

You can buy The Outer Worlds at its discounted price here.

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Rahul Majumdarhttps://darthrahul.carrd.co/
I've been writing here for quite a while. Tech, Gaming, Film, you name it. Lead Editor here at TechQuila. Occupational hazards include excessive gaming & movie-binging sessions. Most active on Twitter!

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