Metal Max Xeno: Reborn launches March 26, 2020 in Japan

Metal Max Xeno remake gets a release date.

Metal Max Xeno: Reborn

Metal Max Xeno: Reborn will launch for PlayStation 4 and Switch on March 26, 2020 in Japan for 6,480 yen, the latest issue of Weekly Famitsu reveals. A 9,980 yen limited edition will also be available.

The magazine also reveals the following new information:

  • The appearance of the world has changed from its existing near future-esque look to something that matches the tone of the game.
  • Numerous enemies will appear on the field.
  • Remains exploration has been renewed. With three characters and one animal, the feel of exploration has expanded, and immersion and tension have increased.
  • Battles use a “Dynamic Multi-Range Battle” system. You can now attack according to your distance from the enemy. There are long, short, and normal ranges.
    • Long: A preemptive strike on an unaware enemy.
    • Short: A surprise melee attack from behind the enemy.
    • Normal: After the long attack, you can do normal attacks.
  • In battle, players select a command for each character’s turn that arrives, with turns advancing in real-time.
  • Battles are faster than the previous game.
  • These dynamic battles will bring humans, vehicles, and dogs together as one.

Read more about the game here.

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