Metal Max Xeno: Reborn and Metal Max Xeno: Reborn 2 announced for PS4 and Switch alongside series reboot Code Zero

Full remake of Xeno due out this winter, followed by a sequel in 2020.

Metal Max Xeno: Reborn 1, 2, and Code Zero

Kadokawa Games announced Metal Max Xeno Reborn and Metal Max Xeno Reborn 2 for PlayStation 4 and Switch, as well as a third Metal Max project called Code Zero (title tentative) for unannounced platforms during its “Metal Max 2021 Road to 30th Anniversary Talk Event ~Bounty Hunter Gathering 2019 Autumn Kick Off~” event today.

Here are the details:

Metal Max Xeno: Reborn

  • Platforms: PlayStation 4, Switch
  • Release Date: This Winter (Japan)

Metal Max Xeno: Reborn

Based on the original Metal Max Xeno released for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita in April 2018, Metal Max Xeno: Reborn is a full remake that revamps everything from the game engine to various game systems. Players can look forward to enjoying the game anew, as well as the return of the battle dog Pochi.

Metal Max Xeno: Reborn

Metal Max Xeno: Reborn

Metal Max Xeno: Reborn

Metal Max Xeno: Reborn

Metal Max Xeno: Reborn 2

  • Platforms: PlayStation 4, Switch
  • Release Date: 2020 (Japan)

Metal Max Xeno: Reborn 2

The setting goes west… Metal Max Xeno: Reborn 2 is a completely new title themed after “hard” and “survival.”

Code Zero (tentative)

  • Platforms: In Planning / TBD
  • Release Date: In Planning / TBD

Metal Max: Code Zero

A new project that plans to reboot the series from its origin by going back to the original Metal Max for Famicom.

Visit the newly relaunched Metal Max series official website here.

Metal Max Series

Kadokawa Games is also running a Twitter campaign. Users who follow @MetalMaxXeno on Twitter and retweet the target tweet will be entered in a drawing to win the “Okaero Pochi! T-Shirt” distributed exclusively at the event. Three winners will be chosen. The cut-off date is October 8.

Metal Max Series

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