Metro Exodus, the next entry in the Metro franchise, has been officially delayed to early 2019, according to a financial report from THQ Nordic. The report, published on May 16, said that Metro Exodus is now scheduled to launch in the first quarter of 2019.
Metro Exodus is described as an epic, story-driven first-person shooter from 4A Games that blends deadly combat and stealth with exploration and survival horror in one of the most immersive game worlds ever created.
At THQ Nordic, I accumulated a rich portfolio, which is a sin not to brag on any game show, but the publisher made a decision to skip E3 2018 for football and beer. Games like Nier Automata saw a release in March as extremely well timed as opposed to the hustle and bustle of the Christmas rush, and even Sony has start putting its big hitters in the same timeframe.
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It has nothing to do with THQ Nordic, but it does at least have an official release date... of 2021.
Players who are eager to jump into the world of Metro will have to wait a little bit longer to try out 4A Games' third entry in the series, Metro Exodus. You'll still play as Artyom this time around, however, meaning that the game took the "good" ending from the previous game as canon.
As mentioned at the top of the article, there will be some brand new gameplay footage unveiled for Metro: Exodus at this year's upcoming E3 in June.