January 26, 2021

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4A Games says it's "actively exploring multiplayer concepts" in the Metro universe

This year marks the tenth anniversary of Metro 2033’s release, and developer 4A Games has...

This year marks the tenth anniversary of Metro 2033’s release, and developer 4A Games has celebrated the Occassion in a wide-ranging new blogpost touching on its future plans – including a new IP, a new multiplayer experience in the Metro universe, and a free next-gen update for Metro Exodus.

The next-gen update will be available to owners of the existing Xbox One and PS4 digital and physical editions of Metro Exodus some time next year, and introduces significant enhancements on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S, including ray tracing, faster frame rates, increased resolution, and reduced loading.

Beyond Metro Exodus, 4A has re-confirmed that a new Metro game is in development for next-gen consoles and PC at the studio. Although it says it’s not yet ready to share more details, it teases that it’s working on a complete overhaul of its engine and renderer “to take advantage of the new power, storage, and hardware supported ray tracing afforded by the new consoles.”

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