Wasteland 2: Director's Cut is making its way to the Nintendo Switch in August. It is the sequel to Interplay's Wasteland, a classic open world RPG that released in 1998.
Wasteland 2 is the product of a successful Kickstarter project in from 2012 by InXile. It was led by Brian Fargo, founder of Interplay, who was also part of the team that created the original Fallout. Despite being able to raise more than $2.9 million, the release of Wasteland 2 was delayed several times. After two years, it finally released for the PC in 2014. A free upgrade to the Director's cut was released for all who owned the game post-launch. The game eventually released for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One as well.
The Director's Cut included a graphical overhaul, game play changes, new voice overs, new additions for customizing your characters. Now, Switch players will be able to experience Wasteland 2 for themselves later this year.
Check out the announcement trailer below: