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InXile Entertainment’s crowdfunding campaign for Wasteland 3 has been completed in just three days.

The developer reached its goal of $2,750,000 and is currently sitting on $2,883,2016 with 23 days remaining.

“Without you, we would simply not be able to maintain our independence and keep fully true to our visions for great RPGs that you love,” the developer wrote. “We also cannot fail to mention those who have chosen to invest in the financial performance of the game ? their contributions have also been invaluable. Your trust and support means the world to us. So kick back, put your red boots up, and have some squeezins to celebrate.”

Reaching the goal has unlocked three new stretch goals that range from $2.85 million to $3.1 million:

  • $2.85M: 37 Pieces of Flair ? We unlock further Ranger customization, which could include multiple body types, more heads, and more hairstyles. Plus we?ll show items that your Ranger has equipped (gear like shovels, binoculars, etc) on their models.
  • $3M: Car Companion (Codename: Morningstar) ? We add a talking car companion! Morningstar is an AI built to serve President Reagan, but he’ll help you both in your travels and during combat, plus he’ll give you well-timed advice on how to wipe out all the dirty commies out there. See more on him below!
  • $3.1M: Customizable Ranger Squad Insignia ? At the start of the game, you get to customize a Ranger Squad insignia for your team, which will show up on your Ranger Base as well as elsewhere in the game (on flags, for example).

Wasteland 3 is in development for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.

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Wasteland 3 reaches its funding goal in just three days

In just three days, Wasteland 3 has raised almost $3 million in funding.

By Matthew Bennett | 10/11/2016 08:52 AM PT | Updated 10/11/2016 09:03 AM PT

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InXile Entertainment’s crowdfunding campaign for Wasteland 3 has been completed in just three days.

The developer reached its goal of $2,750,000 and is currently sitting on $2,883,2016 with 23 days remaining.

“Without you, we would simply not be able to maintain our independence and keep fully true to our visions for great RPGs that you love,” the developer wrote. “We also cannot fail to mention those who have chosen to invest in the financial performance of the game ? their contributions have also been invaluable. Your trust and support means the world to us. So kick back, put your red boots up, and have some squeezins to celebrate.”

Reaching the goal has unlocked three new stretch goals that range from $2.85 million to $3.1 million:

  • $2.85M: 37 Pieces of Flair ? We unlock further Ranger customization, which could include multiple body types, more heads, and more hairstyles. Plus we?ll show items that your Ranger has equipped (gear like shovels, binoculars, etc) on their models.
  • $3M: Car Companion (Codename: Morningstar) ? We add a talking car companion! Morningstar is an AI built to serve President Reagan, but he’ll help you both in your travels and during combat, plus he’ll give you well-timed advice on how to wipe out all the dirty commies out there. See more on him below!
  • $3.1M: Customizable Ranger Squad Insignia ? At the start of the game, you get to customize a Ranger Squad insignia for your team, which will show up on your Ranger Base as well as elsewhere in the game (on flags, for example).

Wasteland 3 is in development for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.

Read More

Source: Fig



About Matthew Bennett

view all posts

Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89