There’s a brand new release date for the 4A Games shooter in development for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
Although at the time of the announcement of Metro: Exodus made sure that it would appear in 2018 on PC and consoles of the current generation, the fact is that there is finally change of plans and the first person of 4A Games will not be launched until the beginning of 2019.
It has been revealed by THQ Nordic, the project’s distributor, in a press release in which it states http://www.thqnordic-investors.com/regulatoriska-pressmeddelanden/?releaseId=2920036 that the shooter will arrive between January and March of next year to PC, PS4, and Xbox One. No reasons have been adduced to justify the delay of a game that, remember, has only shown two trailers to date.
In Metro Exodus, we will again be Artyom, character that has accompanied us throughout the Metro saga, in a new subjective perspective shooter adventure set in a post-apocalyptic future that, this time, will include much larger and more open levels than in previous episodes to flirt with concepts of “survival sandbox experience.”
You can read our review of Metro Redux (the edition which contains both former games) here.