Metro Exodus delayed to Q1 next year
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Deep Silver has announced that Metro Exodus has been delayed until Q1 2019. They began as self-published online works in 2002, and did not appear in English until a short time before the original game was released. According to the publisher, it wants everyone to be able to experience what is the most ambitious Metro game to date and in order to deliver this, it has chose to delay the game. While delays are never fun to deal with, typically it results in a solid game when it finally does release. In fact, it's nearly as much profit (and more revenue) than THQ Nordic made in all of 2017; from January through December 31st of past year, the company reportedly earned 272.6 million SEK (~$31.3 million USD) in profits on 507.5 million SEK (~$58.3 million USD) in revenues.More news: Leaker of Michael Cohen's financial records makes another explosive accusation
But fear not, it's not all quiet on the eastern front: Deep Silver will still be showing off Metro Exodus at this year's E3, including new gameplay and new environments. The game is the next one in the popular apocalyptic series which is based on the novels by Russian author, Dmitry Glukhovsky. 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. It gives players more breadth to move around the world above the Metro, which takes a lot more design scrutiny and testing. Then another was shown in December at The Game Awards.More news: European Union top diplomats in agreement to follow through Iran N
Developers said at an event showing off the title this week that they are spending the time polishing the game.
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