The Outer Worlds On Nintendo Switch Delayed Due To Coronavirus

With the great success of last year’s Sci-Fi RPG The Outer Worlds, Nintendo fans all around wait in anticipation for the Nintendo Switch version of the game to release. Sadly, it seems that wait will have to go on a little longer.

Private Division, the publisher behind The Outer Worlds, made a statement on Twitter reporting that they have delayed the Switch port due to the Coronavirus impacting development. A second tweet followed explaining that Virtuos, the team developing the Switch version of the game, are healthy but have to close their office for what is likely safety concerns.

On a slight positive note, the delay did come with the news that a physical copy of the game will release for the Nintendo Switch alongside the digital version. Previously, it was announced that players who purchased the boxed edition would receive a download code rather than an actual cartridge. Whether or not this decision arose as a result of fan disappointment is unknown.

The Outer Worlds for Switch would have originally released on March 6th, but we currently have no word on a new launch window. Private Division did mention that they would provide more information on an updated release date soon.

How do you feel about The Outer Worlds for Switch delay? Were you waiting to play it on the Switch? Let us know in the comments! For more news updates, check out our articles on The Wonderful 101 coming to the Switch and more via Kickstarter and a possible new Ratchet and Clank title in the works. Otherwise, keep it on Culture of Gaming for all things gaming!

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Oscar Navarro

Oscar is a writer for Culture of Gaming. He is an aspiring video game journalist that follows anything and everything Nintendo. His favorite franchises consist of Pokemon and Kingdom Hearts.

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