PRESS RELEASE: inXile Entertainment Reveals Sept. 13 Release Date for Wasteland 2: Director’s Cut on Nintendo Switch

Fans can wishlist the award-winning post-apocalyptic RPG now on the Nintendo eShop
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NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. – Aug. 28, 2018 – On Sept. 13, Nintendo Switch™ players can begin their journey in the Wasteland! inXile Entertainment, the studio led by Interplay founder Brian Fargo, producer of the original Fallout, has partnered with Nintendo to release Wasteland 2: Director’s Cut, the sequel to the first-ever post-apocalyptic computer RPG. Critically praised and winner of numerous accolades, including Game of the Year, Wasteland 2: Director’s Cutis an enhanced version of the original that features numerous improvements and additions that further immerse the player in this epic adventure across a post-nuclear American Southwest.

inXile has also released a new launch trailer for Wasteland 2: Director’s Cut on Nintendo Switch in celebration of its upcoming arrival. In addition, players can now add the game to their wishlists through the Nintendo eShop to receive notification as soon as it is available: https://www.nintendo.com/games/detail/wasteland-2-directors-cut-switch

“When I first showed a screenshot of Wasteland 2 running on the Nintendo Switch, it erupted into one of the largest social media reactions I have ever seen,” said Brian Fargo, CEO of inXile Entertainment. “RPG fans are looking for new ways to experience old favorites, and Nintendo fans are looking for big, meaningful RPG experiences they can play anywhere they go. The game received a huge reaction last week at gamescom, and it feels great to be this close to getting the game in fans’ hands.”

For the latest updates, follow Wasteland 2: Director’s Cut and inXile Entertainment on FacebookTwitter and YouTube.

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3 Comments

  1. Hmmm, not seeing “Wishlist” buttons in e-Shop.

  2. I love my Switch. It’s really amazing how large it’s library is becoming. I have gamed since I got an NES in 1988. Honestly, the Switch is probably my favorite console ever.

    • It’s amazing how this took off. I thought it would conflict with the 3DS but it’s awesome and fits that niche well.

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