Today, during Kadokawa Games’ Grand Festival 2019 hosted in Tokyo, the developer revealed the first trailer of Metal Max Xeno Reborn.
The trailer showcases the renewed visuals from the original Metal Max Xeno release on PS4 (and PS Vita in Japan) thanks to the implementation of a new engine supporting physically based rendering.
We also get to see Pochi the war dog, tanks, and plenty of monster in the post-apocalyptic Tokyo area.
Monsters travel the open world in packs, and at nights things get more dangerous. It’s important to use the headlights of your vehicle to scan the surrounding for monsters that lurk in the darkness.
You can enjoy the trailer and screenshots below. we also have a few new screenshots and the official box art.
Metal Max Xeno Reborn will release this winter for PS4 and Nintendo Switch. If you want to learn more, you can check out the original announcement and our extensive interview with producer Juntaro Kohno.
Metal Max Xeno Reborn 2 (of which you can check out the first artwork) is slated for a 2020 release on the same platforms, while a reboot of the series titled Code Zero is coming down the line still doesn’t have a release window of platforms.