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Successful Kickstarter project Wasteland 2, which garnered just under $3 million, will be distributed by publisher Deep Silver according to a new blog post by developer inXile.

The new deal will mean that inXile will be able to focus solely on the creative processes behind developing the game, while "Deep Silver handles the retail release of the game and the physical good fulfillment for the Kickstarter backers." inXile has also stressed that all creative control is still retained by the developer, ensuring that Deep Silver are only managing the distribution of the final product.
For inXile, we always intended to use a third party to handle these matters, as we are simply too small a studio to be capable of handling all the award fulfillment details from a practical standpoint. By finding the right partner, we gain not just time: it also frees up financial resources for us as they are more efficient at handling physical fulfillment than we would be. All of that time and funding saved will go right back into the game. We’ll also benefit from additional support from Deep Silver on things like international version QA.

For our backers and fans, it assures you that distribution will be handled professionally and quickly, and will assure a smooth experience for getting the game and goodies into your hands. This deal also allows us to put a retail version on the shelves, so people who discover the game later can still get a physical copy. The digital distribution and sales are still being handled by inXile.
inXile has also revealed that the publishing deal isn't the only bit of news, showing off two new screenshots of the remodeled UI that Wasteland 2 will be offering. After gathering feedback from their first gameplay trailer, the new UI model offers "easier readability while also taking less screen real estate in its basic layout."

Check them out below.




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