Sometimes, if you miss a goal or if you make a wrong decision in an Outer Worlds mission that affects the rest of your playthrough, then you might want to run it back and change the future to your liking. You might just want to keep trying to see if you can improve your best time. Well, if you’re that type of player, then here’s everything you need to know about if you can replay missions in Outer Worlds.
Can You Replay Missions in Outer Worlds?
Outer Worlds is a massively sprawling universe with so many quests to complete and enemies to defeat. There’s so much to do that most players won’t even see all that there is in that world.
That said, there are no missions in Outer Worlds for you to replay. Throughout the game, you’ll be able to complete more extensive quests, but no singular missions.
Of course, that means that you’re not able to replay missions, and when it comes to the quests, the same is also true. There’s no going back once you complete a quest.
The closest you can get to replaying anything is by creating a save before you begin a quest, and then playing it a different way than the last time. However, this isn’t ideal for replaying any part of the game.
In the end, this isn’t even truly replay since you must revert to your old stats from before the quest began and lose hours of progress you earned in the process of playing through the quest.
If you want to practice speedruns, challenge yourself to find the most efficient ways to play through Outer Worlds, or see every ending, then you’ll just have to rely on save states.
No, there is no way to replay missions.
That’s all there is to know about the replayability of missions in Outer Worlds. If there’s a single thing that’s tripping you up in this game, then just check out our Outer Worlds Wiki or just search Twinfinite. We have also listed some other guides on the game down below.