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Welcome to the official Outward Wiki!
The comprehensive Outward wiki reference; written and maintained by the players. There are currently 26 articles and 51 media files.
About Outward

Outward is a game being developed by Nine Dots Studio.

Outward is an open world RPG that you play alone or with friends, either online or in splitscreen. It's more than just an open world RPG you can play coop though: it is an adventurer life simulator. You live the life of an adventurer, from his or her humble beginnings up until retirement. Your life isn't only about killing monsters and looting: you need to eat, drink and sleep; preparing accordingly before jumping into danger. Everything is meant to feel more real and consequential, while still taking place in a high fantasy universe with magic and exotic creatures.

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Features
  • Solo or Cooperative survival and adventure
  • Fixed difficulty and free-form adventuring
  • An open world filled with handcrafted regions
  • A complete adventuring experience
  • Fully envisioned survival mechanics
  • Permanent consequences to every one of your actions
  • Legacy system to pass down items and skills
  • Dynamic quests that continue with or without you
  • Dynamic player defeat
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