Metro Exodus Delayed To Release In 2019, Confirms THQ Nordic

Rodiano Bonacci
Mag 16, 2018

News of the Metro Exodus 2019 release comes courtesy of THQ's financial results, which were shared via press release. Koch Media, Deep Silver's publisher, acquired THQ Nordic back in February, and stated at the time that they wanted the studio's games to release as planned with minimal interference in their workflow process.

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.

Based on a series of novels by Dmitry Glukhovsky, the Metro games are a grim series of shooters with stealth and survival elements, largely set in Russia's underground rail system after a nuclear apocalypse. Apparently, the owners of Metro: Exodus chose the second tactic. Most expected the game to have a big showing at E3 2018, but that may no longer be the case given the news. Players will once again take control of Artyom, a resistance fighter in an alternate version of Russian Federation that has been decimated by nuclear fallout. If you'd like to check out the series for yourself, players can experience the most up to date versions of the original two titles with Metro 2033 Redux and Metro Last Light Redux on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

The Metro games have always been known for a stunning attention to detail and Metro Exodus looks to be no exception.

Metro Exodus has been delayed into 2019, while the release dates for both Biomutant and Darksiders 3 have yet to be determined.

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