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PlayStation Now Adds Dishonored 2, Metro Exodus and NASCAR Heat 4

Lineup for PS Now game-streaming has added Dishonored 2, Metro Exodus and NASCAR Heat 4 lately in June 2020.

A new bunch of games are added by Sony Entertainment this month for their game-streaming service PlayStation Now, which already has a library of over 800 titles from PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 platforms.

All subscribes of PS Now can start streaming games from new lineup on PC and PS4 right away. New members can join in for a $9.99 only monthly subscription to receive access to these games or grab a yearly membership at $59.99.


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A sequel to acclaimed supernatural adventure by developer Arkane Studios and publisher Bethesda Softworks, first-person stealth action title Dishonored 2 focuses on Empress Emily Kaldwin fighting a usurper for her royal throne.

In third installment of their post-apocalyptic adventure, first-person shooter Metro Exodus from developer 4A Games and publisher Dee…

Metro Exodus Coming to Steam

Metro Exodus will be returning to Steam very soon after a year of timed exclusivity at Epic Games Store.

Shortly before its worldwide release, first-person shooter Metro Exodus was snagged by Epic Games Store for PC platform, leaving Steam. Though all pre-orders were fulfilled, Epic Games was heavily bashed by series fans for this shady move.

Even developer 4A Games and publisher Deep Silver faced heavy backlash from PC gaming community. A year later, that timed exclusivity period is finally coming to an end as the game will return to Steam on February 15, 2020.


RELATED: Metro Exodus Adds Game Plus Mode

In a divisive move of bait and switch, this title was one of the most-anticipated games that became exclusive to Epic Store. Those games are expected to show up in other storefronts over time once their signed deal expires eventually.

In a query of customers, official Twitter account for Metro Exodus has revealed that Windows PC version will not arrive on GOG anytime soon and many are s…

Metro Redux Coming to Nintendo Switch

4A Games is bringing ultimate double game collection of Metro Redux for Nintendo Switch next month.

Originally debuted almost a decade ago on all major gaming platforms, critically-acclaimed first-person shooter survival horror game series Metro from developer 4A Games and publisher Deep Silver is coming to Nintendo Switch.

Later, a definitive version of two-game bundle released as Metro Redux that collects Metro 2033 and its sequel Metro: Last Light. Currently available for pre-order, Switch version will arrive by end of next month, on February 28, 2020.


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In a brief new official announcement trailer, key-aspects of Metro Redux for Switch are highlighted.




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Ordering a p…

Everything and Metro 2033: Redux Free on Epic Games Store Now

This week on Epic Games Store free game giveaway, Everything and Metro 2033: Redux are available now for PC platform.

In celebration of 80th anniversary of annual Batman Day, Epic Games have really outdid themselves in terms of their free game giveaway by offering two video game bundles; Batman: Arkham Collection and LEGO Batman Trilogy.

Even on this week, their digital distribution storefront Epic Games Store is offering free copies of two new games; Everything and Metro 2033: Redux for players to claim and own anytime before October 3, 7:59 AM PT/10:59 AM EDT.


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Awarded as "Best Indie Game" back last year in Golden Joystick Awards and some more by several other media outlet, Everything is a simulation game by developer David OReilly and publisher Double Fine Productions.

Players control many objects from a procedurally generated universe one at a time and can shift to occupy other creatures or objects smaller than the one they are ont…

Metro Exodus DLC Expansion Pass Roadmap

Details on Expansion Pass content for Metro Exodus is revealed by 4A Games and its first DLC is coming this summer.

Despite having to delay its original release date and then facing some issue with moving to Epic Games Store by ditching Steam, developer 4A Games and publisher Deep Silver still saw success with first-person shooter title Metro Exodus.

Following its release on February, a Game Plus mode was added via "Ranger Update" for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One a month later. Now, detailed plans regarding upcoming DLC release roadmap for the world of Metro is revealed.


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Owners of Aurora and Gold Edition are already covered on Expansion Pass on their respective available platform. However, you can also place your digital pre-order now on Epic Store for $9.99 only and for just $24.99 on consoles.

Developers are currently working on two major story-driven expansion packs and players would be assuming roles of two new characters other than main pr…

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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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 …

Metro Exodus Out Now

First-person shooter game Metro Exodus from 4A Games and Deep Silver is now available on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

The trilogy of survival horror themed first-person shooter video game series based on Dmitry Glukhovsky's novels is finally completing with the release of Metro Exodus today from developer 4A Games and publisher Deep Silver on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Playing as protagonist Artyom, players enter into a Post-Apocalyptic wasteland of Russia following a nuclear war to deal with hostile humans and mutated creatures while looking for a means to survive amidst a devastated metro of Moscow.


RELATED: Metro Exodus Story Trailer

Even though the game largely belongs to FPS genre, it nicely balances aspects of combat and stealth with the survival horror undertone. Classic gameplay style of the series returns once again in a sandbox exploration experience.

A beautifully designed in-game open world equipped with a dynamic weather system only compliments the tight story of the tit…

Metro Exodus Will Be on Epic Games Store, Leaving Steam

Epic Games Store to include Metro Exodus, a high-profile title as their latest PC exclusive, ditching Steam.

We are less than a month away from upcoming first-person shooter game Metro Exodus to arrive for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. While developer 4A Games is preparing for its launch, publisher Deep Silver had an announcement to make.

Partnering up with video game industry giant Epic Games, they are bringing the third and latest title from Metro franchise on Epic Games Store digital distribution platform and are still taking pre-orders till it finally arrives on February 15. 2019.


RELATED: Metro Exodus Story Trailer

Even though PC players won't be able to purchase the game from Steam anymore on launch, any pre-order that was placed earlier for Standard Edition will be fulfilled including DLC for Gold Edition of the game through expansion pass in post-launch period.

Of course, players that previously enjoyed playing Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light would be looking for the upc…

Metro Saga Xbox One X Bundle Announced

A special edition Metro Saga Xbox One X Bundle is up for pre-order now that comes with Metro Redux as well.

Only a month away from releasing Metro Exodus, the latest installment from the first-person shooter survival horror series Metro by developer 4A Games and publisher Deep Silver will be getting a special Xbox One X bundle to help you survive the apocalypse.

Microsoft has recently announced to launch Metro Saga Xbox One X Bundle that comes with both Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light as well as the upcoming title. After the game comes out on February 15, 2019, this special bundle will be available right from next day.


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Players will discover themselves onto the midst of the ruins of a now-dead dead Moscow and take on a journey to survive the hostile surroundings under harsh conditions. Metro Saga allows you access to full-game downloads of the entire trilogy to start from the very beginning of the franchise.

Not only the bundle would be great for th…

Metro Exodus Story Trailer

The premise of Metro Exodus is highlighted in the story trailer of the game released lately with some gameplay highlights.

Upcoming Metro Exodus moves premise from the first two titles of the first-person shooter Metro game series, Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light to take players on a journey of survival that is outside the tunnels of Moscow.

Recently, developer 4A Games and publisher Deep Silver has come up with a story trailer to shed more lights on the plot now that the game is only a month away to release for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on February 15, 2019.


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Check out the official story trailer of the game to get prepared in advance to take a trip to the Soviet wasteland full of hostiles.




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Following the nuclear war of 2013, everything has been laid to waste and protagonist Artyom and his crew of Spartans tries to survive against all odds in a post-apocalyptic Russia even on 2036, after 26 year later of …

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.


RELATED: Metro Exodus Delayed to 2019

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…

Metro Exodus Delayed to 2019

Originally scheduled for a fall 2018 release date, Metro Exodus is now confirmed for Q1 2019 release date.

Up until now, use thought Metro Exodus of the Metro series of first-person shooter games and a sequel to Metro: Last Light from developer 4A Games and publisher Deep Silver was about to release on 2018 as per official announcement but that just changed now!

The parent company for the publisher, THQ Nordic has stated on their Blog that previously scheduled fall 2018 release date for the game is pushed back to the first quarter of 2019. They still are deciding a release window for Biomutant and Darksiders III.


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