Obsidian Entertainment’s The Outer Worlds is coming to Nintendo Switch on March 6th!

Announced today via a press release, the collaboration between Fallout New Vegas developer Obsidian Entertainment and publisher Private Division will be making its way to Nintendo owners in just over a month’s time.

Ported to the trusty Nintendo handheld by Virtuous Games, the team behind Mortal Kombat Mobile, Dark Souls Remastered, L.A Noire Remastered and more, we expect the port to be of a decent quality.

The Outer Worlds on Nintendo Switch will cost the full-fat $59.99 on launch either on the Nintendo eShop or your storefront of choice, but the physical copy will not include a game cartridge.

Instead of getting a physical game inside your physical case at retail, you’ll be able to use a download code to digitally download the title on your Nintendo Switch. An unfortunate method that numerous companies have relied on, such as Overwatch.

As for the future of The Outer Worlds, Obsidian owners Microsoft seem quite pleased to continue the franchise on Xbox One and PC. While a, presumably, multi-platform expansion is in the works, Microsoft is keen to evolve the franchise into a key pillar for the future of Xbox.