The PC version of Wasteland 2 has been temporarily removed from the Microsoft Store and Xbox Games Pass for PC, as developer inXile Entertainment works to fix the save game corruption and progress blocking bugs that were plaguing it.
Owners of Wasteland 2 on the Microsoft Store who aren't experiencing any save game corruptions can continue to play the game using their installed files.
Wasteland 2 Removed from Microsoft Store
"The process of removing the game and uploading a new fixed version means that once it’s available again—we’re estimating it’ll take a few weeks—it will need to be downloaded again in full, and no prior save games will work with the new version.", the developer wrote in a Reddit post. "Again, if the game is working fine, you can continue to play as long as you don’t uninstall. However, if you haven’t progressed very far, or have run into some of these issues, we recommend uninstalling and waiting until the new fixed version is available.", it continued.
The Xbox One version of Wasteland 2 found on the Microsoft Store does not share the same issues, so if you're playing on console, you're safe from any save game corruption or progress blocking bugs.
inXile Entertainment expects Wasteland 2 to return to the Microsoft Store "later this month or early next month", although it did not offer a specific date at this time. In the meantime, Wasteland 3, which is currently in development, was confirmed to be 50 hours long and will receive post-launch DLC.