Metro Exodus Delayed For PS4, Xbox One, PC

Metro Exodus Delayed For PS4, Xbox One, PC

The rest of the announcement reports some pretty bullish results for THQ Nordic, including an increase in net sales of 673%.

Deep Silver sent out word that the highly anticipated first-person shooter has been pushed back out of its late 2018 release for PC, PS4 and Xbox One, and is now scheduled to release next year in 2019. In sad news for anyone looking forward to braving the irradiated cruelty of post-apocalypse Russian Federation, that's now slipped roughly six months to the first quarter of 2019. 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.

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.

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Deep Silver, at the conclusion of it's statement, did state that more of Metro: Exodus will be shown at E3 including "some brand new gameplay from a never before seen game environment for [players] to enjoy".

This time around players can look forward to a more expansive game world, with Deep Silver championing Exodus as a 'sandbox survival experience.' Sounds like a victor to us.

Metro Exodus is set in 2036 following a devastating nuclear war, and picks up following the events of the Redemption ending from the previous game. Neither title has a release date year, making it unlikely that either will launch before the end of the year.