Obsidian will reveal its new game next week at the Video Games Award 2018, won’t feature micro-transactions

Geoff Keighley has revealed that Obsidian will reveal its brand new sci-fi RPG at the Video Games Award 2018 next week. Although we don’t know much about it, we do know that it will be in third-person and will be published by Private Division (meaning that it should theoretically be a multi-platform title).

For those wondering, this upcoming RPG will not feature any micro-transactions. As Obsidian has already stated, it does not plan to implement any micro-transcations and Private Division has been incredibly supportive of its vision, its creative freedom, and the process by which it works to make RPGs.

Furthermore, two of the original Fallout creators, Tim Cain and Leonard Boyarsky, will be working on this new RPG so it will be interesting to see what Obsidian will bring to the table, especially after what has happened with Fallout 76.

Stay tuned for more!

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