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Wasteland 3

Wasteland 3 has been announced and confirmed for a Spring 2020 release on the Xbox One, Xbox Game Pass, PlayStation 4, Windows, Mac, and Linux. This was confirmed via inXile Entertainment and Deep Silver this week at E3.

The series continues the turn-based combat and adventures in a post-apocalyptic wasteland (ha) and returns players to a role of Desert Ranger. These rangers are "lawmen in a post-nuclear world working to rebuild civilization from the ashes." This time players will move from the dry, dusty southwest to the "frozen badlands" of Colorado.

You can get a short look at what is in store for Wasteland 3 in this new E3 trailer reveal.



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In addition to narrative choices and the tactical turn-based combat that the series is known for, Wasteland 3 delivers brand new features, including a dynamic conversation system that highlights the weird and wild denizens of the Colorado Wasteland, an upgradable player vehicle, and the ability to play through the storyline cooperatively with a friend online.

According to inXile CEO Brian Fargo, “Wasteland 3 is a passion project for inXile and especially me. I directed the first Wasteland in 1988 and its sequel was one of the original great crowdfunding successes, and it’s a series we care deeply about. Thanks to our partnership with Deep Silver and Microsoft, we’re able to deliver the kind of deep, immersive experience that Wasteland fans want and expect.”