Wasteland 3 New Trailer Shows Off Gameplay

Wasteland 3 New Trailer Shows Off Gameplay

A new trailer was shown at Gamescom 2019 for Wasteland 3, featuring its tactical combat and the nuclear winter of Colorado.

Wasteland 3 New Trailer Shows Off Gameplay

In the latest trailer for upcoming RPG Wasteland 3 called Partiarch of Colorado, we get to see more of the XCOM influenced tactical turn-based combat. Enemies include what looks to be giant mechanical spiders. We also get to see a few of the weapons in action, with plenty of explosions and blood. In Wasteland 3 you can aim at specific body parts with UI led aiming system which looks to have a bit of an upgrade from Wasteland 2.

Wasteland 3 takes place in the deserts of Arizona in a post-apocalyptic world, where there are plenty of rocky mountains, and it looks bitterly cold from the trailer. You’re led to this region due to the Patriarch of Colorado who needs your help in taking down his own family.

You can check out the screenshots and video below:

Wasteland 3ย is due out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in spring 2020.


For more Gamescom 2019 news be sure to read next Bannerlord When? We Finally Know Now! and Cyberpunk 2077 New Screenshots Unveiled At Gamescom 2019. You can also check out our furry friendly ARPG Biomutant preview.

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One comment on “Wasteland 3 New Trailer Shows Off Gameplay”

  1. ckmishn says:

    Supposedly the original is getting a remaster, which interests me more than Wasteland 3. The team inXile hired to remaster the original Bard’s Tale trilogy did an excellent job, updating the visuals without taking it too far and offering a number of modern convenience updates but leaving them optional so that hard core types can play them as they were originally (and, of course, without the annoying cardboard wheel DRM of the originals, though I’m sure the GOG versions got rid of those too).

    Hopefully inXile is bringing in the same team or, at the very least, using the Bard’s Tale trilogy remasters as an example for whoever they hire.I

    Edit: The original Wasteland was one of those games that had most of its text descriptions in a separate book. When you got to the corresponding spot in the game it would tell you where to look in the book. I expect the GOG version has them in a text file or some such, but it will be nice having the text right in the game.

    Edit2: Apparently it was Krome Studios who remastered The Bard’s Tale trilogy. Kind of a surprise as they’re best known for "Ty the Tasmanian Tiger" and not much else. Still, they did an excellent job, and, according to RPGCodex.net, it is Kome working on "The Wasteland 30th Anniversary Edition", and it’s due out some time in the 4th quarter of this year.


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