Xbox Free-To-Play Console Exclusive ExoMecha Delayed To 2022


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The impressive FPS ExoMecha was slated to launch this month, but the team at TwistedRedGames has now confirmed that it has been pushed back to Q1 2022.

ExoMecha is a free title on PC, and Xbox One, Xbox Series X and Series S exclusively on console. It seems to be a mixture of Fall of the Titans and Transformers, with robotic goliaths roaming the map as you fight.

Unfortunately, the delay was done to give gamers “the best quality and flawless gaming experience” imaginable. The developer added that “the additional delay provides [the] passionate team [the chance] to refine ExoMecha as [they’ve] always imagined it “.

Additionally, private invitations will start sending out from September as part of the game’s pre-launch testing. While these are initially reserved for PCs, they will include Xbox gamers in the future.

ExoMecha joins a number of other games in a wave of delays. The Xbox Game Pass title Lemnis Gate was recently pushed back to September, while Resident Evil Re: Verse has been moved to 2022. With the global pandemic still strong, we imagine that unfortunately won’t be the last we hear about this year.

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