During a livestream for the 29th anniversary of the Metal Max series, Koadokawa Games had reveals in store about Metal Max Xeno Reborn and its sequel Metal Max Xeno Reborn 2.
First and foremost, we hear that the game has been delayed for the second time. The new release date is September 10 instead of the previously-announced July 9 launch.
Secondly, we get to see the game running for the first time.
The game was played live during the broadcast and we get to see its renewed visuals compared to the original Metal Max Xeno launch for PS Vita and PS4.
The developers showcased battles both on foot and in the game’s iconic tanks.
ON top of that, we also get to take an extensive tour of the facility of our headquarters, Iron Base.
You can watch it below.
We also get to see some concept art of the sequel, Metal Max Xeno Reborn 2, which is also coming for Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4.
Ve get to take a look at two environments which show a very different mood. Artwork of protagonists Talis and Toni also shows a very different character design compared to the first game.
The art with the giant flying monsters was already revealed, but we also see a massive thank literally bristling with weapons.
You can also read our extensive interview with producer Juntaro Kohno.
At the moment, a western release has not been announced, so we’ll have to wait for a publisher to pick it up.
Besides Metal Max Xeno Reborn 2, we also know that a reboot of the series titled Code Zero is coming down the line still doesn’t have a release window of platforms.