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After a month in beta, here's where Wasteland 2 is headed

InXile Entertainment CEO Brian Fargo took to the game's Kickstarter blog recently to outline a development roadmap for the crowdfunded role-playing game Wasteland 2.

Fargo revealed that InXile has received about 8,000 bug reports, comments and suggestions from players. He was encouraged to discover that players' opinions about the game seem to mesh with its creators.

"There has been a lot of great criticism on how to make the game better," Fargo wrote, "and we've been very excited to see the majority of this criticism agrees with our internal evaluations of what we need to improve on and focus on, such as amount and depth of reactivity, or complexity of combat. In other words, we're in agreement on the direction this game is heading in!"

InXile's first priority will be to squash bugs. Other changes in the pipeline include "significant improvements to combat," user interface improvements, balance adjustments and much, much more. You can learn more about what's in store for Wasteland 2, including upcoming Linux and Mac versions and the status of the first novella, at the Wasteland 2 Kickstarter blog.

Wasteland 2 arrived on Steam Early Access last month for $59.99. For more on the game, be sure to read and watch our interview with Fargo from Gamescom 2013.

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