The Nintendo Switch is getting another port. Wasteland 2: Director’s Cut is coming to the system. It currently has an August 2018 release window, though an exact date has not yet been set for people who own the console to head into a post-apocalyptic land with a squad of Desert Rangers.
Wasteland 2 was a Kickstarter success story. It appeared on the crowdfunding site in 2012, earning $2,933,252 from 61,290 backers. Its first iteration appeared in 2014 on PCs, with the Director’s Cut appearing a year later. The improved version looked better, added new perks and quirks, had a Precision Strike system that let you target specific parts of an enemy’s body to disable them or pierce defenses, changed the user interface and had over 8,000 lines of dialogue recorded.
Wasteland 2: Director’s Cut is immediately available on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.