What better way to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the ‘Metro Exodus’ franchise than with the announcement of its launch for next-gen consoles. It will come with excellent graphics and performance improvements.
The best of the news is that for those who already have ‘Metro Exodus’ on PS4 and Xbox One, they can enjoy these improvements through a free update. That’s how it went announced by its developer 4A Games, where other important details stood out.
The first thing you will notice in the title will be a higher frame rate, which will allow it to have an optimal performance, especially in resolution.
Loading times will also be reduced, as it is one of the main features of the new consoles. ‘Metro Exodus’, like the rest of the titles, will also benefit from this excellent power. In the same way, it will have full ray tracing support, which will make for excellent quality in its stunning open world.
‘Metro Exodus’ is quite advanced in its development for these new consoles and one of the points that the study is making the most is on its engine. This is very necessary to take advantage of the potential of the new consoles.
In this regard, 4A Games reported that it will be repowered to “take advantage of new ray tracing with hardware, storage and power support offered by the new consoles“.
Good performance for ‘Metro Exodus’
The developer also said that these are not the only plans for the famous title. Along with the improvements, they also explore what has been an ambition on the part of the studio: the multiplayer component. In this line they want to explore a new way of experiencing ‘Metro Exodus’.
This could mean that they don’t just want the multiplayer experience, they want it to be truly groundbreaking for the game and based on its universe. For this they have joined forces with the company Saber Interactive and are working on it.
Although they did not give more details, everything indicates that they are really doomed to an improvement of the title that goes beyond the conventional. As they themselves said “there are still many years to come to continue working on the series.”