June 23, 2024
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METRO QUESTER will arrive on consoles on December 15: a post-apocalyptic adventure in a lost world


The long-awaited METRO QUESTER, the console version of the dungeon RPG for PC QUESTER: A story that explores the truth of the lost world., will be released for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Switch on December 15, according to the announcement from Kemco, the publisher, and Thousand Games, the developer. The add to wishlist feature is now available on the PlayStation Store.

QUESTER: A story that explores the truth of the lost world. It was released for PC via Steam on May 15 in Japanese, with English language support added via an update on July 7. METRO QUESTER, based on the QUESTER universe and developed by mangaka Kazushi Hagiwara, promises to take the gaming experience to new heights on consoles.

Explore a lost world in METRO QUESTER

METRO QUESTER is a dungeon crawler RPG set in a futuristic post-apocalyptic world created by manga artist Kazushi Hagiwara, with deep gameplay designed by Hironori Kato that offers the excitement and surprises reminiscent of 1990s computer games. 1980 through hack-and-slash.

With 24 characters and eight different classes, enjoyable combo abilities, numerous customizable weapons, a bestiary, and features like NEW GAME+ for replayability, METRO QUESTER offers plenty of depth for dedicated players. The console version promises to bring this captivating experience to a wider audience.

Available on PlayStation Store and more

The ability to add METRO QUESTER to the wishlist is now available on the PlayStation Store, setting the stage for the highly anticipated launch on December 15. Players on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Switch will be able to immerse themselves in this intriguing lost world and discover the truth hidden in its dungeons.

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