Wasteland 2 Director's Cut Out For Linux, Powered By Unity 5
Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Gaming on 13 October 2015 at 11:13 AM EDT. 12 Comments
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The Wasteland 2 Director's Cut was released today in the Americas and will be out worldwide later this week. This Director's Cut edition is a free upgrade for current Wasteland 2 owners and upgrades the game engine to Unity 5.

Wasteland 2 Director's Cut is a hefty upgrade with moving from Unity 4 to Unity 5. there's new precision strikes / perks / quirks systems, re-balanced gameplay, and controller support. Besides the graphical benefits of moving to Unity 5, all of the in-game models have been updated and there's new visual effects, overhauled lighting, and other improvements.

If you don't currently own Wasteland 2, buying this new release will set you back $40 USD. The Linux release is coming at the same time as the OS X and Windows updates on Steam.


Those interested in more details on Wasteland 2 Director's Cut can see the release FAQs.
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