inXile Entertainment has announced that Wasteland Remastered will be released for PC and on Xbox Game Pass on February 25th. Developers have taken the original 1987 game and updated it with a hefty visual update, but one that honors the game’s aesthetic. Players will be able to get hold of the beloved classic on PC via Steam, GoG, and via the Windows Store. It will also be available as part of the Xbox Game Pass for both PC and Xbox One.
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Wasteland Remastered drops in just one more month—February 25 for Windows (Windows Store, Steam, GOG) and Xbox One (with Xbox Game Pass)! pic.twitter.com/qSCqITMRcq
— Wasteland (@Wasteland) January 22, 2020
Gamespot found a tweet from Brian Fargo, head of inXile Entertainment and the original director of Wasteland, that shows the graphical overhaul and, at least to our eye, it’s a pretty impressive improvement.
The Wasteland 1 remaster is still coming later this year for Windows but a little surprise is that we are also going to bring it to Xbox!
In progress screen below: pic.twitter.com/lulkzpOzqW
— Brian Fargo (@BrianFargo) June 12, 2019
At this point, there is no official page for Wasteland Remastered. However, you can learn about the original storyline and gameplay aspects of the game by visiting this Wikipedia page. We’ll keep you posted as we learn more going forward.