According to the announcement made by THQ Nordic, highly anticipated first-person shooter Metro: Exodus has been delayed for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Metro: Exodus supposed to be out in Q4 2018 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One and now, we will have to wait until Q1 2019. There is no explanation why the game has been delayed in the press release, but we hope that it is just because they wanted to provide the gamers with a more complete gameplay experience. Better late than never, I say.
Metro: Exodus will support physically-based rendering and will have an overhauled lighting system. The game will feature full facial capture for cinematics, a dynamic weather system, full day/night cycles, atmospheric systems and sim AI biomes.
Our protagonist will wield an arsenal of hand-made weaponry which can be customized through scavenging materials and a crafting system. It also includes a dynamic weather system, a day-night cycle, and environments that change along with the seasons as the story progresses.
The story of the game will follow the events of Metro: Last Light and Metro 2033. Earth has been devastated by a nuclear war over 20 years ago in 2013 and the story continues from Metro: Last Light‘s “Redemption” ending. We are, again, 22-year-old Artyom.
For more information, you can read the press release shared by THQ Nordic by visiting here.