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Metro Exodus has been delayed until Q1 2019

Metro Exodus has been delayed until Q1 2019

Originally announced a year ago, (and rumoured long before that), Metro Exodus, developed by 4A Games, will bring the series penchant for grim, claustrophobic locations and grotesque post-apocalyptic creatures screaming to the current generation of platforms.

Metro Exodus is a story-driven first person shooter that blends deadly combat and stealth with exploration and survival horror in one of the most immersive game worlds ever created.

After announcing the delay of Metro Exodus to 2019, THQ Nordic and 4A Games have confirmed that the game will still be present at E3 2018 in Los Angeles and on this occasion, a new sequence of gameplay will be shown.

As E3 approaches we're all looking for updates on numerous titles previous year first introduced. But Deep Silver has recently become part of THQ Nordic, which is also welded to the death of THQ.




The rest of the announcement reports some pretty bullish results for THQ Nordic, including an increase in net sales of 673%. Both games were not announced with any release dates or even a release window, and this will unfortunately continue to be the case for a while.

Metro Exodus will make some substantial changes from its predecessors, including more side quests, the removal of the military ammunition economy system, a more open world, and a decreased focus on the titular underground metro.

Metro Exodus was revealed at E3 2017 with a 2018 release widow. This'll be the first time the series will take players outside of Moscow. Apparently, the owners of Metro: Exodus chose the second tactic.