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Check out the latest Factions trailer for Wasteland 3

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During the first day of the IGN Expo, inXile Entertainment shared the latest trailer for their upcoming RPG.

This is the 'Factions of Colorado' trailer, which you can see below:

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Looking really good! Sounds and looks a fair bit more like the modern Fallout titles than the previous Wasteland 2. The latest developer diary they posted at the start of June, which we missed, was also full of good info. The player choice and game reactivity systems sound like they could make multiple runs quite interesting.

It will have Linux support at release, although it's likely the last title from inXile Entertainment that we will see officially on Linux since they're now owned by Microsoft. Wasteland 3 itself for Linux and other platforms was crowdfunded on Fig back in Nov, 2016, where they managed to pull in over three million towards development.

You can pre-order for £54.99/$59.99/€59.99, wishlist/follow or whatever else on GOG and Steam for release on August 28.

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Tags: GOG, RPG, Steam, Upcoming | Apps: Wasteland 3
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6 comments

Beamboom 11 Jun, 2020
Definitely the most interesting of the three - looks like a must-buy for sure!
Zlopez 11 Jun, 2020
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I'm happy about seeing the Wasteland 3 to have Linux support, but I'm sad that this will be probably last inXile game with it. It's another loss for Linux gaming community.
Eike 11 Jun, 2020
Quoting: ZlopezI'm happy about seeing the Wasteland 3 to have Linux support, but I'm sad that this will be probably last inXile game with it. It's another loss for Linux gaming community.

I won't bet, but I'm not sure about this. Microsoft probably doesn't care much about Linux gaming, we're under the radar.
Zlopez 11 Jun, 2020
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I just saw what happened with the IDSoftware (they always were linux and open source friendly), so I'm a bit wary about this.
ShabbyX 11 Jun, 2020
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Quoting: ZlopezI'm happy about seeing the Wasteland 3 to have Linux support, but I'm sad that this will be probably last inXile game with it. It's another loss for Linux gaming community.

I won't bet, but I'm not sure about this. Microsoft probably doesn't care much about Linux gaming, we're under the radar.

Valve ported one of their games to Linux in 2013 and wrote a blog post about how it became faster than windows with so little time optimizing it, and got microsoft knocking on their door, and took directx out of life support.

I won't exactly call us under the radar.
Eike 11 Jun, 2020
Quoting: ShabbyXValve ported one of their games to Linux in 2013 and wrote a blog post about how it became faster than windows with so little time optimizing it, and got microsoft knocking on their door, and took directx out of life support.

I won't exactly call us under the radar.

I don't think I'm the only one who thought differently about the chances of native Linux gaming back in 2013...
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