Metro Exodus Delayed, Fans Disappointed

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If you were planning on returning this year to the war-ravaged lands of Metro Exodus, we have some bad news from you. In a recent blog post, Deep Silver and 4A Games announced that the game’s release date was moved to Q1 2019.

Metro Exodus Delayed or Canceled?

For those of you who are right now wondering whether the project was delayed or cancel, let us put your mind at ease.

According to the guys from 4A and Deep Silver, the project is still on the right track, and will probably make its debut around March 2019.

Why the cliffhanger you ask? Well, to answer this question, we’ll need to go back to the team’s announcement.

As the game makers are committing to delivering a never-before-seen environment, they must make sure that everything goes smooth.

More specifically, from what we’ve learned so far, the third installment in the Metro series will be unlike any other post-apocalyptical game we’ve ever played.

This much can be seen in the game’s presentation trailer. What we don’t know for sure is if Deep Silver and 4A Games took the leap of faith, so to say, by switching from linear gameplay to an open-world experience.

Feeling disappointment in the air, the developers mentioned something about launching an extended in-game trailer sometimes next year.

Meanwhile, replaying the other games isn’t such a bad idea. Even though Metro 2033 and Last Light aren’t open-world, there’s still tons of curiosities lying around.


You can also try playing the games on hard mode to see if you really have what it takes to survive the nuclear winter.

If you intend on replaying or playing the games, we highly recommend the REDUX versions with improved graphics.

All things considered, we are really looking forward to seeing more of Artyom’s exploits.

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