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Metal Max Xeno Reborn for PS4 & Nintendo Switch Gets New Trailer; Reversible Box Art Revealed

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Metal Max Xeno Reborn for PS4 & Nintendo Switch Gets New Trailer; Reversible Box Art Revealed

Today Kadokawa Games released a brand new trailer of its upcoming Metal Max Xeno remake Metal Max Xeno Reborn alongside a reversible box art and more.

Today Kadokawa Games released a brand new trailer of its upcoming Metal Max Xeno remake Metal Max Xeno Reborn.

The trailer showcases characters, vehicles, and monsters in action, including a look at the Field Bus that was revealed back in March.

On top of that, we learn that a livestream to celebrate the 29th anniversary of the series will be hosted on May 24. The original game was launched on the same day in 1991.

The livestream (which you can find embedded at the bottom of the post) will include info on Metal Max Xeno Reborn and a development progress report on its sequel, Metal Max Xeno Reborn 2. 

We also get the reveal of a reversible cover which will be included in the first-print copies of the game. The art is a homage to the original Metal Max. There will also be a limited number of 100-page manuals with plenty of info on vehicles, weapons, and enemies.

You can check out the new trailer, the reversible box art for both platforms, and the manual’s cover below.

If you want to learn more about Metal Max Xeno Reborn, you can check out the original announcementthe first trailer, the most recent batch of screenshotsthe one released before, and some recent videos.

You can also read our extensive interview with producer Juntaro Kohno.

The game has recently been delayed and will launch in Japan July 9 for PS4 and Switch.

At the moment, a western release has not been announced, so we’ll have to wait for a publisher to pick it up.

The sequel titled Metal Max Xeno Reborn 2 (of which you can check out the first artwork) is also coming 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.

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