Six Years After Release, Out There Gets Another Major Content Update

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We recently learned that a sequel to the original Out There game, titled Oceans of Time, will make its way to gamers at some point in 2020. As a major fan of the original Out There title, I’m ridiculously pleased about this. This morning, though, the studio behind Out There announced a massive content update for the old Out There game, a total of six years after its initial release.

Inside, the developers have placed new stories, spaceships, and ending for the game. Additionally, you’ll find a new technology called The Cocoon, new mechanics for the game, as well as entirely new landing landscapes. Considering the game is six years old and work should be focused on their next title, this is ridiculously awesome.

Here’s the full chanelog.

What’s New in The Alliance

  • 30 new interactive stories
  • 3 new spaceships
  • 1 new ending
  • 1 new technology: The Cocoon
  • New achievements
  • Unlock new starting spaceships
  • 1 new mechanics: Alien escort
  • 16 new landing landscapes
  • Updated graphics

Technical Upgrades

  • Compatible with iPhone X screens
  • Optimized for recent Apple and Android devices
  • Achievements now working again on Google Play
  • Hundreds of bugs fixed on all platforms

The game is priced at just $1, so if you want to give it a shot, please do. This game has had my stamp of approval for over half of a decade.

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