The Desert Rangers have made their way to Colorado in Wasteland 3. A new launch trailer introduces another of the potential threats they’ll have to deal with.
A new trailer focuses on the co-op aspect of Wasteland 3, releasing next week. Players can help one another survive in Colorado’s frozen post-apocalypse, though being a backstabbing scoundrel is also an option.
Players will be able to set foot in frozen post-nuclear Colorado in a couple of months. It’s time to start choosing which faction will be the most useful to align with.
Wasteland 3’s ongoing developer diaries have moved on to player choice and consequence. For examples of the ways the game will react to the player, look no further.
Developer inXile Entertainment released the second developer diary video for Wasteland 3. Studio Head Brian Fargo and Senior Writer Nathan Long discuss the game’s story and its setting of snowy Colorado.
Deep Silver and inXile Entertainment released the first developer diary video for Wasteland 3. Lead Designer David Rogers gives an introduction to character creation, customisation, and combat.
As companies adjust to working from home, some delays are inevitable. Wasteland 3 is seeing its own delay of several months, and will now hit in the later part of the summer.
The remaster of the original Wasteland has been dated. Krome Studios’ updated version of Interplay’s classic will hit next month.
The slate of announcements from Microsoft’s X019 event continue with a release date for Wasteland 3. The game will arrive midway through next year.
The Desert Rangers find themselves in a rather different climate in Wasteland 3. The scenery may be new, but the level of danger is still high.
After being completed on PC earlier this year, The Bard’s Tale Trilogy is making its way to Xbox One this month. The Wasteland 30th Anniversary Edition will also be heading to the console later this year.
The scenic Colorado Rockies: marauding bandits, mutated wildlife, and mechanized death machines. A Ranger’s life is never simple in this trailer for Wasteland 3 shown during Microsoft’s E3 Briefing.
inXile Entertainment’s Wasteland 2 is now available physically on Nintendo Switch in North America. European RPGamers will also be able to get their hands on a boxed copy, but will need to wait until next month.
Wasteland 2 is now available on Nintendo Switch. Its Director’s Cut has been available on console for a few years now, but there’s a lot to appreciate about being able to play it on Nintendo’s hybrid system.
Wasteland celebrates its 30th anniversary this year, so inXile Entertainment has created a special bundle. The digital collection includes two versions of the original game, though one is not actually out yet, plus the second’s Director’s Cut and some bonus extras.