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Where’s The MONEH?! - Dirty Arty Episode 3

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Dirty Arty is back and ready to sell out his friends! But first he needs a bit of cash. On this week’s episode, Rob and Jake venture to Roseway to break into some labs and sell some corporate secrets.

Dirty Arty returns in the third episode of Season 2. In this episode, Arty needs money (like, a lot of money) in order to buy Udom's approval stamp. He could just nab himself a job with The Board, of course. If he was boring that is. It's way more fun to steal company secrets.

In the video above, Rob Handlrey and Jake Dekker continue their rambunctious adventure through The Outer Worlds as Dirty Arty, who has left the heartland of America to find a life among the stars of a new solar system. The duo stumble upon plenty of new weapons, like the heavy machine gun and plasma scythe, giving Dirty Arty plenty of dangerous toys to play with. Perfect for breaking someone out a cell.

If you want to watch Dirty Arty's exploits through The Outer Worlds from the very beginning, be sure to watch Season 2, Episode 1. For more context, you can watch Arty's origin story in Red Dead Redemption 2 in Season 1 of the show.

In GameSpot's The Outer Worlds review, Edmond Tran wrote, "I finished The Outer Worlds wanting more, eager to jump back into the world to see extra things. It's not a short game, but it's one packed with such a steady stream of wonderful characters to meet, interesting places to explore, and meaningful, multi-layered quests to solve, that it didn't feel like there was any room to get tired of it. I wanted to rewind the clock and do everything in a completely different way. The Outer Worlds is consistently compelling throughout, and it's a superb example of how to promote traditional RPG sensibilities in a sharp, modern experience."
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