Production director Alec Frey says it will be “properly prioritized.”
Obsidian Entertainment’s The Outer Worlds is out now and for many, it’s the Fallout-style first person game they’ve been waiting for. However, it has a few problems – like the text size. Fans have complained about it being relatively small with no options for resizing.
Production director Alec Frey responded to numerous threads made about the same on Twitter. “Thanks a ton for making sure this gets to us! I’m happy to double check this issue is in our database today and is properly prioritized!” Of course, how long it takes to actually be implemented remains to be seen.
Touted as a spiritual successor to Fallout: New Vegas, Obsidian’s cult-classic FPS/RPG, The Outer Worlds takes place in a future where the megacorporations have taken over the Halcyon Cluster. As the survivor of a colony ship that’s previously been adrift, you’re in charge of exploring the system and finding a way to bring the other colonists out of hibernation.
The Outer Worlds is currently available for Xbox One, PS4 and PC with the PC version being exclusive to the Epic Games Store. Of course, it’s also available on Xbox Game Pass for PC and Xbox One so you can try it out for the low, low price of $4.99 per month. It will also be coming to Steam and Nintendo Switch in 2020.
Hello! Thanks a ton for making sure this gets to us! I’m happy to double check this issue is in our database today and is properly prioritized! I really appreciate you aggregating this feedback into one spot for us! This is an awesome time saver!
— Alec Frey (@AlecAFrey) October 25, 2019