Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Metro Exodus Adds Game Plus Mode

4A Games drops free Ranger Update for Metro Exodus that lets players experience New Game + mode with additional features.

Drawing conclusion to a nearly decade-long Metro first-person shooter game trilogy, Metro Exodus by developer 4A Games and publisher Deep Silver has garnered nothing but praise upon launch back in February for keeping up their standard.

Developers have deployed their first major patch for the game titled the "Ranger Update" that would take up to 6GB worth drive space. Depending on whether you are on PC or PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles, patch notes will vary a little.

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Metro Exodus Adds Game Plus Mode

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Owners of the game can get their hands on this free update on their respectable platforms today, which introduces a new game plus mode bundled with a bunch of gameplay features, improvements and essential bug fixes for everyone.

New Game+ would only unlock when a player completes the whole story once and then begin a fresh new campaign with every attachment and weapons they gained in the earlier playthrough from the get go without having to go look for them again.

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You can completely change how your next run would go in game plus by twitching enemy behaviors, increase their frequency or making them more tough and dangerous at the same time to have a more challenging experience.

Instead of having all available weapons at start, anyone can choose to reduce their inventory down to a single weapon for a more thrilling journey. You can also find developer commentary in as Green Tape Players collectible items to offer you a peak behind the scenes.

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An all-new way of going into a dark world of Metro; "Ranger Update" lets you have a new gripping take every time and even possibly to an alternate ending. Players on Xbox One are getting their desired mouse and keyboard support as part of the update.

Metro Exodus continues a journey into a fictional post-apocalyptic wasteland of former Russia as a follow up to previously released games Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light, based on the best-selling novels of author Dmitry Glukhovsky.