inXile has released the first major update for Wasteland 2. The patch, coming two months after the game made its debut on Steam Early Access, includes “over 2000 bug fixes, gameplay features, performance optimizations and balance improvements along with hours of new content.” An entire section has been added as well, a Prison level for those itching for a tough fight, plus several smaller maps. inXile estimates that the new areas push the gameplay past the 30-hour mark.
Other tweaks include the spread of shotguns and submachine guns, destructive cover, improved AI, an icon- and grid-based inventory system, and an enhanced world-travel system. A full list of the changes can be found here.
Wasteland 2 is currently in development for PC and available through Steam Early Access.