Wasteland 3 is one of Microsoft's biggest releases of the year so far, and it's undoubtedly worth playing – particularly if you have Game Pass.
Developer InXile has begun teasing the next big patch, 1.2.0, which will offer a "ton of improvements and fixes".
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Wasteland 3 1.2.0 Patch Notes
While we're still waiting for the full rundown of patch notes, the InXile blog has been teasing the update which the developer dubs the "Meat Maker Marinade".
"Why are we calling it Meat Maker Marinade?" the blog asks. "Well, with this update we’re past most of the urgent issues and are focusing on letting the flavors soak in—balancing the sweet and salty, the sour and spicy, and allowing the co-mingling juices to fill in all corners of the gaming palate."
"One of the issues we get a lot of feedback for—that we’re continuing to make progress on—is overall stability on low-memory platforms," the blog reads.
"If you’re playing on PC chances are this won’t affect you, but it can impact consoles, and especially the lower memory original-release variants from last gen. We’re continuing to make improvements on this front, and it’s something we’ll be continuing to improve with each update."
The team has also suggested patch 1.3.0 will be a "pretty good sized update" and is aiming for a late 2020 release.
That update will add Mac and Linux compatibility, as well as Brazilian Portuguese and Italian language options.
Finally, the game will get DLC content next year as well as permadeath and "enhancements for animal companions".
Don't forget that Wasteland 3 is nominated for Best Roleplaying Game at The Game Awards.