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Can You Remove Flaws In The Outer Worlds

Can You Remove Flaws In The Outer Worlds
Are Flaws permanent? Can they be removed? This guide ponders the question Can You Remove Flaws In The Outer Worlds. They are potentially very powerful, offering Perk Points in exchange for permanent debuffs, but what if you’ve screwed up?

Firstly, and this is important, be very careful with the Robophobia perk. In the interest of avoiding major spoilers, I won’t go into specifics, however, I promise you that you won’t regret skipping Robophobia by the end of your adventure in The Outer Worlds.

Can You Remove Flaws In The Outer Worlds

In an answer, no you cannot remove Flaws. We have completed the game via multiple paths, completed every side quest we’ve encounter, and covered all the major decisions. At no point did any option arise to remove Flaws.

You can respec in The Outer Worlds however, they does not remove Flaws, it just allows you to spend your Skill & Perk Points again.

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