inXile Entertainment will release its post-apocalyptic RPG Wasteland 2 on Switch.

Wasteland 2: Director’s Cut is expected to arrive on Nintendo Switch in August, per the PR. Or fall, according to the trailer.

We’ll let you know for when we find out for sure. Either way, it’s coming.

This is the enhanced version of the original release that features numerous improvements and additions.

Featuring over 80 hours of gameplay, players are able to fully customize their Desert Ranger and squad. There are thousands of variations when creating characters, and over 150 weapons in the game.

Players will find all choices have consequences, and change the game’s events and the lives of NPCs across the wasteland. No two players will have the same experience.

The Director’s Cut features Precision Strikes, and expanded voice overs with over 8,000 additional lines of dialogue.

It also includes Perks and Quirks. These provide additional personality traits, each with their own unique bonuses and drawbacks.

After an extremely successful Kickstarter campaign and extra time in Steam’s Early Access program, Wasteland 2 was released in 2014 on PC.

The Director’s Cut arrived on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One the following year.

Get a head start on the game by giving our Wasteland 2 guide the once over.

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