List of Planets & Astronomical Objects | The Outer Worlds

The titular Worlds of The Outer Worlds are free to travel between on your trusty (?) vessel, The Unreliable. Learn about what can be found on each of these Worlds and the Locations and Characters on each!

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The titular Worlds of The Outer Worlds are free to travel between on your trusty (?) vessel, The Unreliable. Learn about what can be found on each of these Worlds and the Locations and Characters on each!

How to Visit Planets

After completing the first Main Quest, Stranger in a Strange Land, you'll gain access to The Unreliable and be able to travel freely between Planets. Explore everything the Halcyon Colony has to offer!

How to Travel to Locked Planets

There are a few planets on the System Map which are inaccessible even after completion of the main game. Although there's no way to visit these planets currently, we're looking forward to hopefully seeing them in The Outer Worlds DLC, slated for release during 2020!

List of Planets & Astronomical Objects

World Type Accessible?
Terra 2 Planet Yes
Groundbreaker Spaceship Yes
Relay GB-23 Satellite Yes
Monarch Planet Yes
Phineas' Lab Lab Yes
Scylla Asteroid Yes
HRS-1084 Satellite Yes
Hope Spaceship Yes
Tartarus Planet Yes
Olympus Planet No
Eridanos Planet No
Typhon Planet No
Hephaestus Planet No

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