The videogame saga of Metro, born from the pen of Dmitry Gluchovsky through her novels, she is one of the most successful in recent years and which, at the same time, has been able to create a good slice of users and make them passionate about every chapter released. Often, the titles of 4A Games, stood out for their excellent visual technical quality as well as the narrative and context that surrounds them. Precisely for this reason, the Ukrainian software house has recently confirmed that a new chapter in the series is officially in development for next generation consoles: PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X / S and PC. This is the post released on the official blog:
We are currently working on bringing Metro Exodus to Xbox Series X / S and PlayStation 5 next year. While we can't share all the details yet, expect major improvements including a faster frame rate, higher resolution, reduced load times, and amazing ray tracing capabilities made possible by the new hardware. The new consoles are amazing and will allow us to deliver visual and performance improvements only possible on state-of-the-art PC hardware and RTX-enabled cards, until now. We are happy to confirm that these enhanced versions will also be available as a free upgrade for all existing owners. This means that if you already own Metro Exodus on Xbox One or PlayStation 4, digitally or on disc, you will be able to upgrade to this enhanced version on the next generation of consoles for free. It's no secret that we've already started work on the next Metro game. Using everything we've learned over the past 15 years, we've aimed even higher: the next title is in the works for next-gen consoles and PC, with a complete overhaul of our engine and renderer to harness the new power, peculiarities of SSDs and the ray tracing supported by the hardware offered by the new consoles.
The new chapter of Metro it will be an experience single player, thus remaining true to himself and to what fans of the saga ask for.
4A Games is committed to delivering a fantastic story-driven single player experience. As a studio, we want to constantly push ourselves to make bigger and better games, but we also listen to what fans are saying and we know what's important to players. We take our responsibility to the franchise seriously and I think you will be thrilled with our plans for the next chapter.
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