Rebel Galaxy Outlaw Blasts Onto Consoles & Steam

Rebel Galaxy Outlaw Blasts Onto Consoles & Steam

Rebel Galaxy Outlaw, the space-faring action-adventure that hit PC via the Epic Games Store last year, has now blasted onto Consoles and Steam.

Escaping the constraints of Epic Store Exclusivity, Rebel Galaxy Outlaw traversed the space between platforms yesterday and landed on Steam, Xbox One, Playstation 4, and Nintendo Switch. Developed by Double Damage Games with porting work for consoles carried out by Blitworks, Rebel Galaxy Outlaw now brings a sci-fi tale of roguish entrepreneurs and shady characters to everyone with a console controller for $29.99.

Plenty Of Adventure

Rebel Galaxy Outlaw is the follow-up and prequel to 2015’s Rebel Galaxy. It follows Juno Market, an outlaw and smuggler who went straight and settled down, or so she thought. Unfortunately, events conspire against her and she is dragged back into shady deals, a different type of transport, and the odd side hustle that might be a smidge suspect. This new title melds exciting combat, unique ships, tons of great music, and drops you into a retro-future steeped in blue-collar Americana.

Gamers heading out to the new frontier will find it packed with a full single-player story campaign that provides plenty of space to do your own thing. There’s an easily accessible space combat system, made possible by the inventive Autopursuit feature, as well as Subspace Radio. While you’re busy blasting away, you’ll have 7 stations with over 21 hours of music, DJs and commercials. Getting out of the cockpit, there’s plenty of interesting characters to meet while you gamble for cash and equipment at the local watering hole with various side games, including: 8-ball, dice poker, slot machines and arcade games.

While I might be stuck indoors for a little longer, this escape to the stars seems like a mighty fine idea. You can check out more about Rebel galaxy Outlaw over on the official website or pick up Rebel Galaxy Outlaw on console and PC, via Steam, right now.

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For those of you who I’ve not met yet, my name is Ed. After an early indoctrination into PC gaming, years adrift on the unwashed internet, running a successful guild, and testing video games, I turned my hand to writing about them. Now, you will find me squawking across a multitude of sites and even getting to play games now and then

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