Wasteland 2 didn't reinvent the RPG wheel, but it barely put a foot wrong while whisking players back to a simpler time for the genre. inXile Entertainment's apocalyptic romp recaptured the glory of its 1980s predecessor, added modern spit and polish for good measure and played like a well-oiled machine.
After the long-awaited sequel sparked a funding frenzy on Kickstarter and launched to much acclaim, the studio set about crowd funding another entry in the series, this time on the Fog platform.
More than $3 million's worth of donations later, Wasteland 3 was announced for a 2019 release. Little is known about the threequel, besides the fact it will include more turn-based combat as well as synchronous and asynchronous multiplayer gaming.
Few story details have been released, although inXile has confirmed that players will take control of the last surviving member of Team November, a Ranger Squad in the freezing post-apocalyptic wastelands of Colorado.