Metro Exodus New Trailer Released

Metro Exodus Trailer Brings Hope Mutated Enemies to The Game Awards

Metro Exodus Receives an Exciting New Trailer at The Game Awards

Finally, the trailer also firmed up Metro Exodus' release date from a general 2018 to spring 2018, meaning we should see a lot more from 4A Games in the coming months. Everyone's gone and mutated monsters are lurking at every corner. There is no arguing that Metro: Exodus will be on the graphical showcase titles of 2018. If anything, there may be a slightly stronger emphasis on creature combat over human encounters (if the footage shown is any indication, at least) but we'll wait until more of the game is revealed before making too many assumptions. What do you guys think of the new trailer? Once again it will be possible to take on the role of Artyom, who for this adventure seems to have the mission to escape from Moscow. The game picks up directly where Metro: Last Light's enlightened ending, the last game in the franchise, which was released in 2013.

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The trailer opened with voice over, "There's no one out there Artyom, no one to help us, no one to hear us", said a female voice. Maybe it's Artyom's hope of finding others or at least a place where they can really live a life that isn't a nuclear wasteland nightmare that keeps her going. This could play a key role in the game. The weather patterns in the game will change based on the season and players will have to handle both the weather changes and the unfamiliar settings.

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