InXile Entertainment Is Not Leaving Its Backers Behind! [VIDEO]

Yesterday, we were thinking if inXile would leave the backers behind after Microsoft acquiring them – thankfully, we got an affirmative answer…

InXile, which was bought along with Obsidian Entertainment, confirmed on Twitter that Wasteland 3, which was crowdfunded on Fig in late 2016, will remain multiplatform, which means the Mac, Linux, and the PlayStation 4 will all get it aside from the Xbox One/Windows 10 duo. (The same thought applies to Bard’s Tale IV, too!) We could also read that the team will have more resources for testing and the like; they’ll have a stable financial situation for development. (When Ninja Theory, the devs of Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice and DmC: Devil May Cry, got acquired by Microsoft during the summer, they said the same thing.)

Wasteland 3 is going to be a party-based RPG with turn-based combat that will be refined after 2’s deep, tactical system. It will have vehicles, environmental hazards, a revamped dialogue tree, and a „revamped, more fluid action system.” The game, set in frozen Colorado, can be played in story-driven synchronous or asynchronous multiplayer.

So the team is excited about the Microsoft/Xbox-future, but they want to finish their multiplatform games first. Brian Fargo, inXile‘s CEO, also talked about the events in a video.

Source: WCCFTech

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