Rebel Galaxy Outlaw




What Is Rebel Galaxy Outlaw?


Rebel Galaxy was a space western with elements of both space combat and space trading. As a result, it managed to stand out well, particularly since its randomly generated universes offered a fair amount of replayability for interested individuals. Now, it has been revealed that Rebel Galaxy will be receiving a prequel called Rebel Galaxy Outlaw that will be released in the first quarter of 2019 for the PC as well as both the PS4 and the Nintendo Switch.


What Do We Know About Rebel Galaxy Outlaw?


For starters, Rebel Galaxy Outlaw will have a main character rather than the faceless protagonist of its predecessor. Combined with a more complicated dialogue system as well as more reactions from the main character, this should provide the game with that much more personality, thus enabling it to stand out that much more. For that matter, the reactions can be rather amusing as well, seeing as how we have seen the main character both raising the middle finger and making finger guns at appropriate moments.


With that said, there will be improvements in other respects as well. For example, players in Rebel Galaxy were limited to capital ships maneuvering on a 2D plane in a 3D environment whereas their opponents faced looser restrictions in that regard. However, what has been shown of Rebel Galaxy Outlaw suggests that players will be able to not just fly in smaller, more maneuverable ships but also move beyond the 2D plane to some extent, thus making for more possibilities in the middle of combat.







Likewise, Rebel Galaxy Outlaw will be coming with a ship-painting feature to make sure that their ships will be that much more suited to their personal preferences. Of particular note is the ability to import images for use as a stencil, which should make the process of making something truly amazing that much more convenient for interested individuals.


Summed up, people who loved Rebel Galaxy should make sure to check out Rebel Galaxy Outlaw when it launches because current indications suggest that it could be a huge improvement on its predecessor in a wide range of ways.