Here’s a first look at Wasteland 2:
The deal allows inXile Entertainment to focus on all creative aspects of developing the game, while Deep Silver handles the physical goods for Kickstarter backers and the retail release.
Brian Fargo, CEO of inXile Entertainment had this to say about the relationship:
This is a perfect opportunity for inXile: it allows us to continue to focus all of our energy and money into the creative aspects of the game while letting Deep Silver take our game outside of the pure digital space. This has the added bonus of allowing us to spend more of the Kickstarter funds on development while we continue to retain all ownership and control. I’ve known the people at Deep Silver for many years and they have always been a first-rate organization to deal with.
Deep Silver is pleased with the positive feedback and interest in a traditional RPG and are very happy to support inXile Entertainment in bringing Wasteland 2 to the retail market.
Check out the game’s official website.