Paper RPG The Outbound Ghost Arrives on PS5 and PS4 November 30, Switch on December 1, and Xbox “Shortly After”

Digerati and developer Conradical Games have announced that The Outbound Ghost will launch on PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 on November 30, and then on Nintendo Switch on December 1.

An Xbox Series and Xbox One version is still coming but will arrive shortly after. The game will be available digitally for $24.99 and will have a 20% discount at launch for a limited time.

The game is currently available on PC and new updates are planned to roll out in the coming months for that version first and then for consoles. Those updates include new language support, New Game+, and more. You can learn more below.

The Outbound Ghost is an adventure RPG about helping ghosts ascend to the afterlife. The town of Outbound is, quite literally, a ghost town – a home to troubled spooks with unresolved earthly issues, condemning them to an eternity haunting their old *ahem* haunts.

Battle the past, gain new abilities, solve puzzles, and uncover the mysteries of Outbound to help its unliving residents find peace, freeing them from the shackles of their ghostly limbo.

Key Features

Colourful characters: Meet a lovable cast of spooks along the way, each with their own story to unravel

Combat encounters: Unlock figments of your past personality, such as Regret, Comradery, and Jealousy and use them as party members in turn-based battles

Badge system: Craft materials earned by winning combat encounters into badges, which can be equipped for various effects and stat boosts

A world in 2.5D: Adorable, paper-style characters inhabit a world with depth and detail to create a distinctly eye-catching visual style

A series of free updates are going to be rolled out for The Outbound Ghost over the coming weeks and months that will bring additional content and enhancements. The updates will arrive on PC first, before also being released for console. The current schedule for the updates on PC is as follows:

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