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Wizard with a Gun shows New Gunmancer’s Diary: Exploring The Shatter

The latest entry in Wizard with a Gun’s Gunmancer’s Diary series introduces you to The Shatter; the crumbling remnants of a world destroyed by Chaos, wrought with dangerous creatures and all manner of arcane mysteries.

As you embark on your adventures in Wizard with a Gun you’ll discover and explore many different locations, each filled with its own unique assortment of creatures, characters and interesting artifacts left over from the before times. Some of the folks you meet will have interesting things to tell you, recipes to share with you, quests to take you on or even guns to sell.

Beginning in The Imperium, the decrepit remains of the wizard empire, your search for vital components and rival wizards will fling you to the very edges of the world, including the arcane fungal farmland of The Fell, the unforgiving Frozen Wastes as well as the parched and perilous Barren Sea.

When it all becomes too much, The Tower is your home away from The Shatter. To begin with it’s a little run down, sure, but over time you’ll come to appreciate its shabby chic. Return to the Tower between expeditions into The Shatter to discover new spells, build out your research capabilities, store loot or process ingredients.

Wizard with a Gun: release date and demo

Wizard with a Gun is coming to PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S and PC on Oct. 17. Pre-order the game now and receive The Noble Wizard Pack – a collection of cosmetic charms for your Gunmancer, all for the magical sum of $24.99 USD.

For those that still can’t wait that long, Wizard with a Gun’s single-player demo has returned to Steam with a lot of changes:

  • Most furniture will now have “variants” that allow you to flip and rotate it to allow for even more Tower customization.
  • Reduced floor deconstruction time.
  • Lightning spells now will use “charged metals” to craft and research, adding some richness to crafting.
  • Updated research, crafting, and building recipes throughout the entirety of the game.
  • Additional improved inventory management tools. Such as crafting stations now pull materials from adjacent chests.
  • Young Joshua, the gunsmithy, has been added to the Imperium and will build guns for you.
  • VFX for building, scanning, deconstruction, and more have been updated.
  • Both the First Edition and the Worldbuilder have been updated with more tabs and lore.
  • Darnaby has a new look…and perhaps a few siblings.

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