It looks like another notable game is headed to the Windows Store with Wasteland 2: Director's Cut. A listing for the game was spotted by the folks at MicrosoftInsider.es, but the it isn't available for download just yet.
As noted in the report, the Wasteland 2: Director's Cut clocks in at around 7GB and will be compatible with AMD and NVIDIA processors. Of course, the game's appearance on the Windows Store wouldn't be its first for PC, as the game is currently available via Steam and as a standalone release. However, it would add to a growing stable of high-quality games hitting the Windows Store.
If you're unfamiliar with Wasteland 2: Director's Cut, it's a post-apocalyptic RPG that comes from the producer behind original Fallout. The game tasks players with surviving the wasteland while building up their team of rangers with new items and more.
If you're interested in learning much more about the game, be sure to give our full review a read and watch the video below. We'll bring you more when the game goes live on the Windows Store.