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Outer Wilds is currently only available for Xbox One and PC. Is that likely to change in the future?
To finish Outer Wilds, you’ll need the Warp Core from the Ash Twin Project. Here’s how.
The Vessel is the key to reaching the Eye of the Universe. Here’s how to find it.
The Quantum Moon is a mysterious place where the Nomai travel for pilgrimage. Here’s how to get there.
There’s a bunch of cool stuff to be found on The Ember Twin in Outer Wilds. Here’s how to get there.
You’re pretty much left to your own devices in Outer Wilds. Here’s a recommended path.
Dark Bramble is one of the most mysterious locations you’ll visit in Outer Wilds. Here’s how to make your way to Feldspar.
The Hanging City is a vast area beneath the surface on Brittle Hollow. Here’s how to get there.
There’s an observatory on the southern pole of Brittle Hollow. Here’s how to get into it.
If you want to learn the second Quantum Rule in Outer Wilds, you’ll need to find and clear the Tower of Quantum Trials. Here’s how.
The Tower of Quantum Knowledge teaches you some extremely valuable information about the Quantum objects in Outer Wilds. Here’s how to get in.
Outer Wilds deals out wondrous space exploration in 22-minute chunks. But how do you save?
Ghost Matter means instant death in Outer Wilds. Here’s what you need to know.
The Interloper is a small, icy comet that you can explore in Outer Wilds. Here’s what you can find.
Outer Wilds' uniquely rustic means of space exploration is half-scientific, half-magical, and still capable of killing you cold.
But most importantly, SUPER. HOT. SUPER. HOT.
The Fig-funded space exploration sim won't be coming to Steam right away.