inXile Entertainment has announced that Wasteland 3 has reached 1 million players. In order to celebrate this announcement, the team released a short live-action film it shot a few years ago.
We’re excited to announce that Wasteland 3 has reached 1 million players!
As a thank you, we’re releasing a short film we shot a few years ago as a mood piece to help us set the look and feel of what a post-apocalyptic Colorado could be like. We hope you enjoy it. pic.twitter.com/ICsWAVdMiu
— inXile entertainment (@inXile_ent) October 28, 2020
Wasteland 3 is an isometric RPG that takes players from the radioactive heat of the American Southwest to the perpetual nuclear winter of Colorado. The game features challenging tactical combat and hours of exploration. It also has a deep, reactive story full of twists, turns, and brutal ethical decisions.
Players can create a squad of up to six Rangers, and customize them with perks and abilities geared to their playstyle. Additionally, players can get their own battle truck, the Kodiak. Players can upgrade it into a hardened war beast, bristling with weapons, to help mow down their enemies.
Lastly, here is also our PC Port Report for Wasteland 3!
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