Metal Max 2021 Road to 30th Anniversary – Bounty Hunter Meeting 2020 Summer Kick Off! live stream set for August 10

Gameplay during the day, developers talk during the night.

Metal Max Xeno: Reborn

Kadokawa Games will host the “Metal Max 2021 Road to 30th Anniversary – Bounty Hunter Meeting 2020 Summer Kick Off!” live stream on August 10, the company announced.

The live stream will consist of a daytime part starting at 14:00 JST, which will run for up to five hours, and a nighttime part starting at 20:30 JST.

The daytime part will feature a “Virtual Experience & Live Play” of Metal Max Xeno: Reborn, including full-fledged live gameplay “as if viewers were actually going hands-on with the game.” Producer Juntarou Kouno of Kadokawa Games, director Yuusuke Tomono of 24Frame, and executive director Hiroshi Miyaoka of Kadokawa Games will appear. You will be able to watch it on Niconico.

The nighttime part will mainly feature a developers talk session, with Danshoku Dino set to appear as a guest. You will be able to watch it on Niconico. You will need to purchase a 2,000 yen ticket to watch.

Metal Max Xeno: Reborn is due out for PlayStation 4 and Switch on September 10 in Japan. Read more about the game here, here, here, here, here, here, and here.

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