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Post-Apocalyptic SRPG Wasteland 2: Director’s Cut Gets Switch Retail Release Today

Now available in stores, Wasteland 2: Director’s Cut’s European release to follow next month

Wasteland 2: Director's Cut

 

If you’ve been looking to play a little slice of the apocalypse on your Nintendo Switch, you’re in luck. Wasteland 2: Director’s Cut is now available at retail outlets in North America.

The sequel to Interplay’s beloved 1988 sci-fi RPG, the game is developed by InXile Entertainment, a team led by the original developer’s founder and producer of the original Fallout, Brian Fargo. Wasteland 2: Director’s cut includes a number of enhancements over the 2014 original including updated graphics, new voice overs, an updated perks system and more.

“Many of our fans have old school sensibilities, so when we announced the arrival of Wasteland 2 on the Nintendo Switch, we immediately began hearing requests for a physical version of the game. Many players love the collecting element of games – having the game in-hand, displayed on a shelf, and ready to be plucked off that shelf and played at any moment. We investigated the possibility, and thanks to a partnership with U&I Entertainment, are delivering this physical version of the game for our fans to have and enjoy,” said Brian Fargo, CEO, inXile Entertainment.

For more on the game, check out the trailer below:

Wasteland 2: Director’s Cut is now available at retailers for $29.99/39.99 CAD. The European release is slated to follow on May 17 and will be priced at €34.99/£29.99.

So, will you be trudging through the irradiated wastes to get your mitts on this sprawling 80-hour adventure? Sound off in the comments and let us know.

Frank has been the caffeine-fueled evil overlord of HeyPoorPlayer since 2008. He speaks loudly and carries a big stick to keep the staff of the HPP madhouse in check. A collector of all things that blip and beep, he has an extensive collection of retro consoles and arcade machines crammed into his house. Before founding the site, Frank was a staff writer for the blogs Gaming Judgement and NuclearGeek.

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