Metro Exodus Delayed into 2019

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Metro Exodus is published by Deep Silver, which THQ Nordic acquired earlier this year along with the rest of Koch Media's games business.

Originally announced past year, (and rumoured long before that), Metro Exodus, developed by 4A Games, will bring the series penchant for grim, claustrophobic locations and grotesque post-apocalyptic creatures screaming to the current generation of platforms.

It looks like Metro Exodus isn't quite ready for the limelight yet, because as part of THQ Nordic's latest financial results briefing, the game was delayed out of 2018, and into Q1 2019.

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. Since the official reveal of Metro Exodus at Microsoft's E3 2017 Press Conference, there hasn't been much shown of the game or many details revealed.

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Fans of bleak, depressing Russian post-apocalyptic video games have got a long wait ahead of them before they get to play anything new.

Metro Exodus will pick up about 3 years after the events of Metro 2033 and 2 years after 2033's follow-up, Last Light. This'll be the first time the series will take players outside of Moscow. Both titles are expected in 2018, though, and THQ Nordic did not say otherwise.

Metro Exodus is coming in 2019 to Xbox One, PS4, and PC.

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