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I've been trying to find information about the differences between Wasteland 2 and Wasteland 2: Director's Cut. I found a great graphics comparison, but I'm more interested in the changes to gameplay, new features, and other improvements.

What things are new in the Director's Cut of Wasteland 2?

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Here is the answer from their website:

What is new in the Director's Cut? Wasteland 2 Director's Cut changes a huge number of aspects of the game. Our main new features and changes include:

  • Graphical overhaul and update to the Unity 5 game engine.
  • Expanded voice-over with thousands of newly-voiced lines for key characters and scenes.
  • Precision Strikes system allows you to target individual body parts on enemies in combat, which lets you inflict negative status effects on them.
  • Perks system lets you pick bonuses for your characters as they level up.
  • Quirks system lets you pick a personality trait for each custom created Ranger during character creation, with a gameplay-modifying positive and negative quality.
  • Rebalanced gameplay, including virtually all combat encounters, weapons, loot drops and containers.
  • Controller support on PC and console. On PC, you can select from keyboard and mouse input, as well as Xbox 360, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 DUALSHOCK 4 controller modes.
  • There's plenty of smaller additions to be found, of course, but we'll leave those for you to find.
  • Do you know if the "smaller additions" are plot-related, or just minor improvements (e.g. UI changes)? – Thunderforge Nov 25 '15 at 3:21
  • Sorry, that's all I found about the D.C. That and the fact it is a rebrand of the game of the year. I don't know if there are any plot changes. I installed and reinstalled this game a million times. I need a good character creation guide. – vianna77 Nov 25 '15 at 3:53
  • I didn't see any plot changes when I played through it again, but I might have missed them because of the path I took... – Michael Campbell Nov 25 '15 at 7:13

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