Metro Exodus delayed until next spring, STALKER 2 due 2021

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Metro Exodus is a story-driven first person shooter that blends deadly combat and stealth with exploration and survival horror in one of the most immersive game worlds ever created. The report, published on May 16, said that Metro Exodus is now scheduled to launch in the first quarter of 2019.

Announced back at last year's E3 as part of Microsoft's press conference, the game sees Artyom and a band of survivors leaving Moscow and heading out into the Russian wilderness.

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Kaplan then moved on to discussing the new Overwatch map that Deathmatch players will get, a free-for-all map called Petra. Overwatch and the Anniversary event will be playable during a Free Weekend, which will run from May 25 through May 29.

In an email this morning, a PR manager for Koch Media confirmed that the game will appear in a playable form at this year's E3. Both games were not announced with any release dates or even a release window, and this will unfortunately continue to be the case for a while.

Exodus was going to release in the fall of 2018. It seems more a business decision than one spurred on by troubled development, which means developers 4A Games just have extra room to polish things up perfectly before release.

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The latter deadline comes one month before the end of Sony's 2018 fiscal year, which ends on March 31, 2019. This is great news for gamers on the go who either already own the game on console or own both systems.

The third entry in the well-regarded first person shooter series opened up Microsoft's pre-E3 event past year, with a very impressive-looking demonstration. It gives players more breadth to move around the world above the Metro, which takes a lot more design scrutiny and testing.

It has nothing to do with THQ Nordic, but it does at least have an official release date... of 2021.

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But if it retains the same spooky vibes and haunting creatures as the previous two games, I'm all for waiting a bit longer.

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