Set out in post-apocalyptic ice-stoned Colorado: Wasteland 3 is a sequel to Wasteland 2
Set In Snowy Colorado: Wasteland 3 is a direct sequel to Wasteland 2 as it will pick off right there where Wasteland 2 left. It is a role-playing video game developed by inXile Entertainment. The fans have to wait for its release till early 2020 and it will be released for Microsoft Windows, macOS, Linux, Playstation 4 and Xbox One.
Before we know anything about Wasteland 3, let me tell you about the Wasteland series. Wasteland was an open-world role-playing video game developed by Interplay in 1988. The game is set in futuristic, post-apocalyptic America destroyed by nuclear holocaust. Later, game developer inXile Entertainment released the sequel Wasteland 2 in 2014.
Fans are excited to play the game, as the E3 trailer was quiet violent and quirky in the premises of post-apocalyptic snowy Colorado where most of the vegetation is tundra-version of the place and there are claims that early access players and backers will get to play the game sooner. It looks more polished and revamped version of Wasteland 2.
The inception of Wasteland 2 started in 2016 with the crowdfunding campaign. The campaign was a success and it amassed nearly three million dollars of funds from the gamers. The funds were nearly enough to give a head start to developers to create s sequel for Wasteland franchise.
It was supposed to be in the market in late 2019, but staffs are working hard to make the new series a complete success. The company thanked their new parent company Microsoft who provided staff for the game. In August, the backers who have the First Access or the people who funded will get to play the alpha while the entire Early Access beta will allow all backers to check the game out.
“The Alpha will be a first opportunity to play around with many of the game’s different systems in a guided experience, with the Early Access providing a bigger chunk of the game to check out,” says inXile. “In both cases, they’ll be our opportunity to provide us with feedback that we can use to help make the final game that much better for everyone.”
Coming to the cost price, retail prices will be higher while preorders will cost around $33. Approximated retail price will be around $50.