A New Metro Game Is In Development By 4A Games, THQ Nordic Confirms
A new entry in the Metro series is currently in development by series' creator 4A Games, publisher THQ Nordic recently confirmed.
The news has been confirmed during the latest THQ Nordic investors conference by CEO Lars Wingefors. No additional detail has been provided, so it's likely that the game is in the very early stages of development, which is not surprising, considering Metro Exodus launched earlier this year on PC and consoles worldwide
Volition's new Saints Row game is "well into development" and 4A Games is indeed working on the next Metro game, Wingefors said during the investor presentation.
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Metro Exodus is one of the best entries in the series and one of the best shooter games of recent times, thanks to its amazing atmosphere and engaging gameplay.
Metro Exodus is an incredibly atmospheric, engaging and compelling shooter that places an onus on the player to think on their feet, thanks to stringent limitations on ammo, supplies and the resources required to make more. Enhancing this is a world that is almost dead set against you. From other survivors who are more likely to kill you than talk to you, mutant creatures and ghouls that want nothing more than to feast on you and the hazards of the environment, it's a game that wants you on the edge of your seat. It masters this with ease. From tight gunplay to well-developed stealth mechanics, the game offers variety within the confines of its own rules. The only downsides are average-at-best voice acting and the game ignoring its own stealth leanings to force combat with incredibly difficult bosses. All in all, Metro Exodus is a fantastic game that you'd be worse off for missing out.
Metro Exodus is now available on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in all regions. We will keep you updated on the next entry in the series as soon as more come in on it, so stay tuned for all the latest news.
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