Metro Exodus Delayed To Release In 2019, Confirms THQ Nordic


At The Game Awards 2017, it was announced that the latest instalment in the Metro series would release this autumn.

At THQ Nordic, I accumulated a rich portfolio, which is a sin not to brag on any game show, but the publisher chose to skip E3 2018 for football and beer. The report, published on May 16, said that Metro Exodus is now scheduled to launch in the first quarter of 2019.

If you were hoping to get some great new gameplay footage from Deep Silver and 4A Games at this year's E3 for the upcoming first-person shooter horror game, Metro: Exodus, you're going to be in for the unpleasant surprise of watching brand new gameplay footage for a game that's been delayed into the early first half of 2019.

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. THQ Nordic had acquired Deep Silver back in February. It gives players more breadth to move around the world above the Metro, which takes a lot more design scrutiny and testing. It will be the first new entry in the series in almost six years, with 2013's Metro: Last Light being the most recent game.

Inspired by the novels of Dmitry Glukhovsky, Metro Exodus continues Artyom's story in the greatest Metro adventure yet.

We just have to wait for the fair in Los Angeles to be able to see Metro Exodus again in action, the game is now awaited for the beginning of 2019 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox One X, PS4 Pro and Windows PC.