Published: Wed, June 13, 2018
Industry | By Dora Warner

FromSoftware's "Metal Wolf Chaos XD" Heads to PS4, Xbox One, and PC


The game was originally developed by FromSoftware and was released exclusively for the original Xbox in Japan, with full English voice acting.

But back in the present, From Software and Devolver Digital announced yesterday that Metal Wolf Chaos would finally make its way to North America in 2018 as Metal Wolf Chaos XD. Given how poorly the Xbox performed in Japan, that's not a phrase that you hear that often.

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Metal Wolf Chaos isn't a new game, by any means.

Devolver Digital teased the game's release on Saturday. The game centers on Michael Wilson, the president of the United States, fighting a coup d'état by Richard Hawk, the vice president, who has usurped the presidency and instituted a dictatorship in the country. The game centers around a comically fictionalized version of the state of United States, and has the President defending the country from threat in a very big mech-suit dubbed "Metal Wolf".

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Metal Wolf Chaos XD is a little more than just a port; developer General Arcade is bringing upgraded visuals, a new save system, and reworked controls to get the game ready for a modern audience.

The game will feature updated graphics, widescreen format, and the "classic voiceover" that fans of the game have come to love for it's overt dramatic cheesiness.

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