Tons of enhancements and new features, along with Unity 5, decorate the upcoming RPG.
inXile Entertainment’s current gen version of its hit crowd-funded RPG Wasteland 2 has finally been dated. Published by Deep Siler, Wasteland 2: Director’s Cut will release on October 13th in North America for Xbox One and PS4.
Along with a visual overhaul (thanks to the shift to Unity 5) which includes reworked characters and levels, enhanced textures and a better lighting system, the amount of voice overs has been expanded to include tens of thousands of lines. A ton of different enhancements to battles have also been implemented to allow for new “Precision Strike” and “Perk & Traits” systems. Console owners won’t have to worry about all the complexity though, since the control scheme for Wasteland 2: Director’s Cut has been optimized for Xbox One and PS4.
Wasteland 2: Director’s Cut will be playable at next week’s Gamescom so attendees can get their hands on it and decide for themselves whether it’s worth the time. If the original game’s awesome storyline and gameplay were worth it though, then the Director’s Cut should up the ante even further.