Outer Wilds DLC Echoes of the Eye coming later this year

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Developer Mobius Games have announced their first DLC for the spectacular Outer Wilds, and its out in a couple of months. The news came from Annapurna Interactive’s recent video game showcase.

Titled Echoes of the Eye, the surprise expansion will lure players even deeper into the mysteries of Outer Wilds with new anomalies to investigate.

The DLC will officially land on September 28th on PS4, Xbox One, and PC (via Steam and the Epic Games Store). Outer Wilds is still due to launch on the Nintendo Switch this summer though we don’t have a confirmed release date. Mobius could be planning for a double dose of Outer Wilds to hit Nintendo’s console in September.

Thankfully, the trailer doesn’t give away too much. For those curious where Echoes of the Eye might take us, here’s a handy synopsis:

A strange satellite photo that can’t be explained. A new museum exhibit that marks the trailhead for one last journey into the wilds. Should you pull at the thread and unravel the solar system’s deepest secret, or is some knowledge better left in the dark?

Welcome to the Space Program!

You’re the newest recruit of Outer Wilds Ventures, a fledgling space program searching for answers in a strange, constantly evolving solar system.

Mysteries of the Solar System…

What lurks in the heart of the ominous Dark Bramble? Who built the alien ruins on the Moon? Can the endless time loop be stopped? Answers await you in the most dangerous reaches of space.

Echoes of the Eye

The hearthian space program has detected an anomaly that can’t be attributed to any known location in the solar system. Grab your flashlight and prepare to illuminate the darkest secrets of the Outer Wilds…

Outer Wilds definitely left a mark on when it launched back in 2019, Thomas awarding it a triumphant 9/10 in TSA’s review.

Source: Press release

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