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RSS FeedsE3 2018: Metro Exodus Makes Strides Into A More Open World
(GameSpot PC News)

 
 

14 june 2018 19:03:09

 
E3 2018: Metro Exodus Makes Strides Into A More Open World
(GameSpot PC News)
 




The Metro series has been building toward Metro Exodus for years. 2010`s Metro 2033 focused on the exploits of Artyom in the bleak underground society of post-nuclear-war Russia, and its follow-up Last Light expanded its scope even further. Exodus further expands the scale of this world in an even more pronounced way.The developers at 4A Games have been rather quiet about Metro Exodus after revealing it last year, but just prior to E3 2018, we played about an hour of the game and spoke to the team about the evolution of the series. With Exodus fleshing out the survival-oriented gameplay, while sticking close to its methodical combat, the next game exhibits potential for a more freeform experience, where open-ended exploration presents players with the freedom to approach challenges as they see fit.Set two years after the events of Metro: Last Light`s `good` ending--which saw Artyom save the mysterious Dark Ones, giving humanity hope for a better future--we find the lead character working with a group of survivors seeking safe passage out of Russia. Aboard their train and mobile base, the group will journey through several large areas housing hidden bunkers, several strange factions seeking control of territory, and hostile mutants that attack anything in sight. With their trek becoming more dangerous as the months go by, Artyom and his allies will have to make some tough choices as they fight to survive in the wilderness of post-apocalyptic Russia.While the previous Metro games had brief sections above ground, mostly to illustrate the scale of devastation and showing there are worse places to be than the underground, the surface is where you`ll spend most of your time in Exodus. As you`re mostly out in the open, you`re in a constant state of danger whenever you`re away from a safe haven. Along with a day/night cycle, you`ll have to plan ahead and manage your time, as hidden enemies will come out of hiding during the night. This is all made worse by the ever-pres ...
 
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