Check out the first footage of Wasteland 3

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As we first told you last week, developer InXile Entertainment is working on Wasteland 3 and is looking for your help to make it happen. Its Fig campaign launched today and is already raking in the dough. The developer is looking to raise $2.75 million dollars on the platform to help cover what we’ve been told is an at minimum $6 million budget. The reveal came with a few screenshots, but today we’re seeing the game in action for the first time.

Outside of that guy’s disgusting-ass ear holes, I’m digging the look of it so far.

If you’re planning on backing it, doing so in the first 48 hours of the campaign will get you a free game, either STASIS or Underrail. Those who have donated to previous InXile campaigns will also receive a $5 discount on reward tiers.

The above clip wasn’t the only video released today. There’s also the one below, featuring special effects and comedy straight out of bad 90s syndicated television.


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