Metal Max Xeno: Reborn teaser trailer, first details

First in-motion look at the Metal Max Xeno remake.

Metal Max Xeno: Reborn

Kadokawa Games has released a teaser trailer and first details for its recently announced Metal Max Xeno remake Metal Max Xeno: Reborn.

The trailer, dubbed the “Let’s Go! 30th Anniversary! New Generation of Metal Max Teaser Trailer,” features the gallant battle dog Pochi, as well as the powered-up and reborn steel tank in action and familiar monsters roaming the field.

Get the details below.

■ The Latest Information on Metal Max Xeno: Reborn

Metal Max Xeno: Reborn

The reborn Dystokio is a literal “land of death” where monsters roam in groups and where even seasoned bounty hunters need to be cautious.

1. A Dangerous Wasteland Where Monsters Run Rampant

Metal Max Xeno: Reborn

Many monsters can be seen roaming the dried up riverbed beneath the bridge. Unlike traditional entries in the Metal Max series, there are no random encounters in Metal Max Xeno: Reborn. Hunters will set their own targets and hunt for prey from the groups of monsters that roam the land of the reborn Dystokio.

2. They Move In Groups… Always Be Prepared

Metal Max Xeno: Reborn

An encounter with a group of huge ants. While they are easy to deal with individually, if you misread their movements and act carelessly, a group will surround you and put you in a tough spot.

3. Dystokio is Most Dangerous at Night

Metal Max Xeno: Reborn

At night, the dangers of Dystokio become even greater. While relying on the light of the headlights introduced in Metal Max Xeno: Reborn, you must remain vigilant of the monsters that lie ahead and move forward with caution.

Metal Max Xeno: Reborn is due out for PlayStation 4 and Switch this winter in Japan, followed by sequel Metal Max Xeno: Reborn 2 for the same platforms in 2020. A release date and platforms for a third new Metal Max game, tentatively titled Code Zero, have not been announced.

Watch the “Let’s Go! 30th Anniversary! New Generation of Metal Max Teaser Trailer” below. View a new set of Metal Max Xeno: Reborn screenshots at the gallery.

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