New gameplay footage of Wasteland 2 shows off near-finished state

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By on February 10, 2013 at 2:13 pm

InXile has released a new video showing off the current state of development of Kickstarter-funded sequel Wasteland 2. The video shows off some of the game’s features and mechanics, and was captured directly in-engine – nothing is pre-rendered. This is an actual build of the game, too, not a demo-specific showcase. InXile said the sound effects are the only thing added during editing, and that apart from a mini map and the replacement of some placeholder art and sounds, this is pretty much how the finished game will look. The original Wasteland was the spiritual precursor to Fallout and has been waiting for a follow-up since the 1980′s.

Thanks to Max for supplying the YouTube link after the original footage was removed!

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Looks awesome. Can’t think of any game I want to get more than this one.

 

Wasn’t convinced when the KS went live as I never played Wasteland…..this nostaligiad me right back to Fallout 1/2 days. Very exciting.

 

Game looks fucking magic.

Pity the UI takes up so much of the screen. Why spend so much time creating glorious environments if you cover up most of it?

 

A definite buy.

 

the anti-Fallout 3.. good work Fargo and the team, you guys made a true successor to Fallout and Wasteland.

 

Fallout being my favourite game series of all time, this is almost an insta-buy for me. Very impressed.

 

This video doesn’t exist.

 

I went to watch the video and it had the play button, I return from a quick phone call to find the video has disappeared.

 
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