Thursday, December 13, 2018

Metro Exodus Release Date

Metro Exodus will take players back to post-apocalyptic Russia on February 2019 and released the opening cinematic to celebrate the release.

As a successor of Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light from Metro series of first-person shooter games, Metro Exodus was announced back in June 2017 at E3 2017. Initially, the game scheduled for a fall 2018 release window but then pushed to the first quarter of 2019.

However, developer 4A Games and publisher Deep Silver has recently revealed that now they are planning to release the title a full week earlier than planned, on February 15, 2019 to made available for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

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Metro Exodus Release Date

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To celebrate this good news, they released the opening cinematic "Title Sequence" from the sandbox survival in 4K-glory!




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The cinematic opens up in a landscape of a ruined world, long abandoned and everything around covered in the cold of the Earth as a reflecting deep woe-filled background score tries to carry us away in the moment.

Harsh winds blow away snows from many figures on the street, revealing their doomed fate in an unforgiving surrounding. The self-destructive nature of humanity is depicted in a very subtle way and thus, establishing the premise for anyone seasoned or casual.

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After cramming down the remaster of both Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light into Metro Redux, the Ukrainian development team has gone into the development phase for the next game and third installment of the series.

Even before the story was adapted into video games, Metro series was a super-hit original novel from author Dmitry Glukhovsky and that popularity has led to the eventual conception of a post-apocalyptic survival horror experience for fans.

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Last month, Metro Exodus Spartan Collector's Edition was announced at Xbox X018 Event that is priced $149.99 only and comes with a highly detailed resin statue of protagonist Artyom fending off a deadly Watchman with a bunch of collectible goodies.

Earlier, Deep Silver has delayed the launch date so that 4A Games can have a proper take at the version of Metro Exodus they had in mind and since they have almost wrapped up the project, there is no reason to push back the calendar.