Metro Exodus confirms Xbox Series X | S and PlayStation 5 versions coming next year

4A Games announced that it is working on the release of a post-apocalyptic shooter for the Xbox Series X | S and PlayStation 5. Metro Exodus Hoping to release the game next year.

The announcement was made as part of an open letter from the studio to fans, illuminating specific details, and the upgraded version offers faster frame rates, higher resolution, faster load times, and ray tracing. I said. The update will be offered as a free upgrade to all existing owners of Xbox One and PlayStation 4 games.

The update also said it was 10 years from the beginning Metro 2033 The game, released in 2010, has been fairly quiet in the studio since it was purchased by the Embracer Group earlier this year and then placed under the umbrella of Sabre Interactive. The studio confirmed that it was working on a new metro game (the one that got on the wind last year), but thanks to the cooperation with Saber, multiplayer is the feature of the next game.

Finally, 4A also confirmed that it was still working on a brand new IP that it discovered during THQ Nordic’s finances last year, and adopted “another new AAA experience that allows you to sit side by side with the Metro series.” I confirmed that. The studio has been closed due to the support of all fans over the last five years. A video celebrating the Metro Series timeline was also provided. Please see below.

Metro Exodus‘Xbox Series X | S and PlayStation 5 versions and their respective upgrade patches are expected to be available at some point in 2021. You can find reviews of the original games for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC here.

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