Metro Exodus has been delayed until Q1 2019

Metro Exodus has been delayed until Q1 2019

In its press release, THQ Nordic did not provide a rationale or explanation for why the game was delayed.

Exodus has been pushed back to Q1 2019 from the title's projected release date of autumn 2018.

Metro Exodus was announced past year at E3, and is confirmed to once again appear at E3 2018 next month. Deep Silver has announced that it has delayed Metro Exodus, which now won't see the light of day until Q1 2019. It's always a good idea to focus on quality than release a potential broken or underwhelming game.

We will remind that Metro: Exodus was going to publish Deep Silver, which acquired the rights to the series from the bankrupt THQ. The game is the next one in the popular apocalyptic series which is based on the novels by Russian author, Dmitry Glukhovsky. You'll still play as Artyom this time around, however, meaning that the game took the "good" ending from the previous game as canon.

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If you're experiencing any déjà vu at the news it's probably because S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2 was already announced back in 2010, but GSC Game World went bust before they had time to finish it. But those are only two of the 54 different projects that THQ Nordic is now overseeing, so there's a lot of other games we'll have to keep our eye on in the future.

Notably, that's 439 percent more profit and 673 percent more revenue than the company earned in the same quarter a year prior.

Elsewhere in the report, the publisher confirmed that Deep Silver will be publishing Wasteland 3, and The Bard's Tale 4, both in development at inXile Entertainment.

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