Wasteland 3 is a role playing game developed by inXile Entertainment.
Set in post-apocalyptic Colorado, it serves as a direct sequel to Wasteland 2.
inXile's most recent RPG continues to see strong player numbers, though the total number of units sold is currently unknown.
Investigate cults of mutants, try out new weapons and armor, and partake in new objective-based fights with inXile's latest paid DLC.
A new trailer for Wasteland 3's final expansion - titled Cult of the Holy Detonation - sets the stage for what's to come in the game.
Game director David Rogers goes over what players can expect from the upcoming expansion in terms of narrative choices and how they will unravel.
Mechanized hordes and other challenges await, but new tactics like status effect stacking and elemental shields provide an edge.
Crafting can be used to create basic items or powerful new Exotic guns.
Ranger HQ is getting more content while the entire game receives "extra audio" and new songs.
New story quests, combat options, and enemies await.
Patch 1.3.3 also brings more customization choices and a respec option.
Difficult skill checks can also be enabled for more specialized characters.
Several balance changes and bug fixes are also available in the new patch.
The patch is expected to be out by month end.
Changes to XP requirements, critical hit chance, and more revealed.
Patch 1.2.0 will provide a "ton of improvements and fixes."
A mood piece short film for the game has been released to celebrate.
Combat becoming unresponsive with the Chain Ambush perk has also been fixed.
Check out all the praise heaps on inXile's epic squad-based RPG.
Grimy, bleak and epic in scope - Wasteland 3 is a masterful mix of tactical combat and role-playing.
You won't have to go it alone in the wasteland.
inXile Entertainment discusses the challenges of adding permadeath to the game.
They join an incredible list of titles for Game Pass on both Xbox One and PC.
inXile Entertainment have made good use of the added budget and development time, it seems.
Venture forth, once more, into the post-apocalyptic wasteland as a Desert Ranger.
A more sober rock version of the song sets the tone.
Series fans will also see returning characters and "a lot of inside humor" as per inXile's Brian Fargo.
A hostage situation, flamethrowers, and a Scorpitron also adorn the latest gameplay reveal.
Who you align with and the choices made will determine the fate of Colorado.
Think carefully on your decisions.
Get a long look at the upcoming RPG.
The crazy world of Wasteland will continue as wild as ever.
The Lead Designers talks the variety of choices you will have in the wastelands.
inXile Entertainment studio head Brian Fargo speaks with GamingBolt about the upcoming RPG.
Working from home has presented "new logistical challenges," which have led to a delay.
"Having our first fully voiced game is extremely exciting ," says studio head Brian Fargo.
The Xbox Game Studios relationships are already beginning to bear fruit.
The studio head says "the future is very exciting."
Not surprising, given its genre (and the developer working on it).
It will contain the opening few areas along with character creation.
Good times in the wasteland.
Everything you need to know about Wasteland 3.
A new gameplay trailer was also revealed at X019.
The company's acquisition saw a big net positive for the RPG.
The game sees a pretty standard requirement list.
More gameplay from the alpha has also begun to emerge.
Teases of a war from the Patriarch of Colorado also loom.
The alpha is meant to test combat basics and how players interact with the various systems.
The developer plans to support the tactical RPG for a "long time".
Longer than the second game, inXile confirms.
Getting co-op in the wasteland.
Post-apocalyptic Colorado is pretty cold, but there are plenty of interesting horrors to see.
inXile Entertainment says there's still "a megaton of work" left to do on the RPG's development.
What happens beyond that is "hard to say", following inXile's acquisition by Microsoft.
UI changes discussed along with work to finish "critical path" by month end.
Passes $2.75 million.
Project garners more than $1.8 million thus far.
Plus, the first (prototype) screenshots inside.