Intense RPG slips from August launch
It looks like Nintendo Switch fans have a little longer to put together their bean-can grenades and cardboard body-armour, as post-apocalyptic RPG Wasteland 2: Director’s Cut has been put back a couple of weeks.
Previously announced by inXile Entertainment, the heavy-duty adventure was supposed to launch this month, but will now appear on the Nintendo eShop on September 13. Already available on PS4, PC and Xbox One, Wasteland 2 is the sequel to the original 1988 title, featuring a band of custom-made survivors undergoing missions and gathering resources in a desolate, mechanised Southwest America.
Wasteland 2: Director’s Cut launches on Nintendo Switch September 13.
#ICYMI – On Sept. 13th, the post-apocalyptic frontier awaits. Check out the latest #Wasteland2 #NintendoSwitch trailer!https://t.co/GTpgjlu6xs
— InXile Entertainment (@Inxile_Ent) August 29, 2018