Metal Max Xeno Reborn for PS4, Nintendo Switch, and PC Finally Gets Western Release Date

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UK publisher PQube has announced the Western release date for Kadokawa Games’ upcoming post-apocalyptic JRPG Metal Max Xeno Reborn.

Today, UK publisher PQube announced the Western release date for Kadokawa Games’ upcoming post-apocalyptic JRPG Metal Max Xeno Reborn.

Fans of the series have certainly been waiting a long time for the announcement, given that the localization was revealed almost a year ago and the game launched in Japan in September 2020.

Still, it’s finally coming to PS4, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam on June 10.

We’re also getting a trailer, which you can check out below.

A physical Collector’s Edition for Nintendo Switch will be available in ultra-limited quantities (500 copies).

  • Nintendo Switch or PlayStation 4 physical game
  • Set of three enamel pin badges with branded box
  • Set of four art cards (A6 size)
  • Collector’s Edition Box

If you are unfamiliar with Metal Max Xeno Reborn, this is the Metal Max Xeno remake that was released in 2018 for PS4 and PS Vita. It is also the last installment of the old and glorious Metal Max JRPG series which debuted in 1991.

  • post-apocalyptic world where humans are in danger, and machines roam the desert
  • JRPG with a mix of turn-based and real-time combat, with a focus on tanks and armored vehicles
  • Explore the vast wastes of Tokyo Bay – Freely explore a vast world on foot or in your combat vehicle
  • Team up with two new characters – beloved fighting dog, Pochi, aand artificial human navigator Po-M as you venture to unite the remaining survivors
  • Hunt down high value items targets with over 30 boss battles to claim valuable rewards
  • A reinvention of Metal Max Xeno (2018), the latest game in the classic Japanese series, ‘Metal Max’
  • Completely refurbished with an all-new game engine and a complete graphical overhaul, with redesigned characters, enemies and environments.

If you want to know more about Metal Max Xeno Reborn, you can read our long interview with producer Juntaro Kohno and our report on the future of the series.

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