TwistedRedGames have confirmed the news on social networks and it will come to Xbox and PC. There will be beta in September.
We have already told you about ExoMecha, a multiplayer free-to-play shooter that could be something similar to the adaptation of Pacific Rim to video games, with intense battles with metallic enemies. Its launch was scheduled for this month of August but, although TwistedRedGames, its managers, have rushed until the last moment, they have just confirmed that the game temporarily delayed.
The studio has confirmed that the game will no longer arrive this summer and will do so in sometime in the first quarter of next year 2022. As usual in these cases, they indicate that they need more time to offer the experience they have imagined and with which to satisfy the players, especially in such a competitive market.
In September there will be a beta of the game on PC and later on Xbox“To offer our players the best quality and gaming experience, we have decided to change our launch from August to the first quarter of 2021,” they indicate from the study. They also confirm their intentions to launch various game betas starting in September, to continue optimizing your set-up. Although initially this technical phase will only be available on PC and Xbox will arrive “when ready.”
The game, which is in development for PC and Xbox, promises to stand out due to realistic graphics. In addition, we will also have a hook with which to be able to mount or assault armed vehicles and that will also help when it comes to eliminating our rivals when we are close to them.
More about: Exomecha, Free to Play, Xbox and PC.