The 1.1.2 update recently released for Wasteland 3 fixes dozens of issues with visuals, co-op elements, and quests, but the biggest change is considerably reduced load times.
From day one, Wasteland 3 was suffering from multiple technical issues in various forms, but the developers managed to wipe out the bugs and problems one after another with consecutive updates. Now, InXile Entertainment has launched a new patch that targets the loading time of the game on Xbox One and PC. According to the patch notes, the new update reduces load times on PC by 60% and on Xbox One by 25%.
The loadings in Wasteland 3 don’t keep you waiting too long, however, the number of loading screens you face during transitions between various locations are too many. Here you can take a look at the other issues that have been fixed by update 1.1.2:
Launched later in August this year, Wasteland 3 is a conclusion to a trilogy of ground-breaking isometric RPG that unfolds the story of a group of rangers in the post-apocalyptic lands of the US, where everybody is struggling to survive, even if only for a few more days. In Wasteland 3, Rangers take a trip to the frozen lands of Colorado where they’re promised to get a lot of necessary resources if they aid the Patriarch to deal with his own children, who have turned rogue.
Wasteland 3 is currently available on Xbox One, PS4, and PC. The game will be available for Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S at launch through the Xbox Game Pass subscription.
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