Forgotten Xbox-exclusive Metal Wolf Chaos is making a comeback

Forgotten Xbox-exclusive Metal Wolf Chaos is making a comeback

Forgotten Xbox-exclusive Metal Wolf Chaos is making a comeback

Not only was this FromSoftware game only released in Japan upon its initial debut, but it was a Japanese only Xbox exclusive.

Metal Wolf Chaos XD revisits a weird old classic by the developers behind the Dark Souls series.

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Devolver Digital revealed that it will be publishing Metal Wolf Chaos as Metal Wolf Chaos XD for the first time in the west tonight during its pre-recorded E3 2018 conference.

You play as the 47th President of the United States, Michael Wilson, fighting against a rebellion led by your Vice-President, Richard Hawk.

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This bombastic rerelease will be coming to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC later this year, If you never got the chance to check out the unusual journey of Michael Wilson, it will be worth your time to check out when Metal Wolf Chaos XD comes out. Battle in your advanced mech - armed to the teeth - across iconic American landscapes including the Brooklyn Bridge, the Grand Canyon, and the front steps of the White House. If you are interested in more news about Metal Wolf Chaos XD, visit the official Steam page here.

Devolver Digital and General Arcade are handling this port, which will upscale the game but retain its original (all English) voice-acting and general zaniness.

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