Deep Silver and 4A Games have released a new Metro Exodus gameplay video that functions as a “gameplay-led primer on the sprawling world and the obstacles complicating Artyom’s brave journey”.
Metro Exodus Uncovered explores the five-year production that “builds on the series’ strengths while offering players a new sensation of freedom and exploration in the wastelands of post-apocalyptic Russia.” For those new to the series, the video functions as a way to “get up to speed with the unique world and deep gameplay features primed for Metro Exodus.”
In other news, some “fans” who aren’t exactly thrilled with Deep Silver’s decision to jump from Steam to the Epic Games Store have taken to review-bombing the title’s predecessors in Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light.
Now while these people have the right to be angry (and to be fair, the Epic Games Store does lack a lot of what Steam offers, such as user reviews), the decision to vent frustrations on 4A Games’ past successes (because they can’t review bomb Metro Exodus) isn’t cool. If you guys are mad, vent at publisher Deep Silver (who made the call), not the developers at 4A Games (who created the game).
But that’s just my two cents.
Metro Exodus hits February 15th for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC via the Epic Games Store.