Metro Exodus launching Fall 2018, new trailer shows off massive new world

Metro Exodus gets new trailer and release window

Metro Exodus launching Fall 2018, new trailer shows off massive new world

In the game players flee the shattered ruins of dead Moscow and embark on an "epic, continent-spanning" journey across post-apocalyptic Russian Federation. The desperate survivors who cling to existence beneath the surface in the ruins of the Metro have long given up hope of a life beyond Moscow. all except for one.

Six months after debuting the first gameplay footage at E3, developer 4A Games brought a brand new trailer of its upcoming Metro game, Metro Exodus, to The Game Awards.

4A Games and Deep Silver announced Metro Exodus back during Microsoft's E3 Press Conference, and I personally found it to be one of the highlights of that presentation. Players must escape the Metro and lead a band of Spartan Rangers across this desolate world in search of a new home. There is no arguing that Metro: Exodus will be on the graphical showcase titles of 2018.

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Metro Exodus follows the excellent Metro 2033 and Metro Last Light, games based on novels by Dmitry Glukhovsky.

You can check out the title's new trailer from The Game Awards below, courtesy of YouTuber MKIceAndFire. Will you be picking up Metro Exodus when it is released in Fall 2018? Despite the difference, if there is one thing that is for certain, the world of Metro Exodus is a unsafe place.

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