The 2019 released for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One sci-fi shooter Metro Exodus (from 14,99€ at buy) (for testing) will also appear for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X | S in 2021, as announced by Deep Silver and 4A Games. A “significantly” higher frame rate and resolution, shortened loading times and “impressive” ray tracing functions are promised. The publisher writes: “Next-gen consoles enable 4A Games to have more detailed graphics and optimal performance that were previously only possible with the latest high-end PCs and RTX graphics cards. In addition, owners of the current console generations and the already expanded versions of METRO Exodus will also become the owners Get the opportunity to upgrade for free. A release date will be announced in the near future. “
It has also been confirmed that the next Metro title is already in the works for next-gen consoles and PC: “The development also includes an extensive and in-depth revision of the game engine as well as the render technology in order to be able to effectively use the advantages of the power, the memory and the additional hardware for the support of the ray tracing technology with the new console generations . “
Furthermore, the recently announced partnership with Saber Interactive will enable the 4A Games team to use the Metro universe for multiplayer experiences. “As a small studio, we have never had the opportunity to live up to these ambitions and our ideas have never fully passed the prototype phase,” said a spokesman for 4A Games. “However, thanks to Saber’s experience in online gaming, we finally have the chance to actively implement our multiplayer concepts, which represent a completely new way of exploring the metro world.”
In addition, to mark the 10th anniversary of the Metro franchise, Deep Silver and 4A Games have released an interactive retrospective depicting every major event related to the studio and the franchise’s history.
Last actual video: Metro 10th Anniversary Timeline Trailer