Monday, June 12th 2017

Metro: Exodus Announced at Microsoft's XBOX E3 Presentation

At Microsoft's XBOX E3 presentation, the worldwide premier trailer for the next in the Metro line of games debuted. Named Metro: Exodus, the new Metro game is expected to continue 4A games' mastering of graphical showcases and of atmospheric game worlds. The new game is still based on Dmitriy Glukhovskiy's books, Metro 2033 and Metro 2035, though there is now a divergence between the game and the story that has already been portrayed in the books.

4A games' have been known for being graphical powerhouses, especially the Redux versions (which you should grab if you already haven't). The new Metro takes away from the previous games' linear exploration towards an open-world approach. The jury, as always, is still out to see in what manner that will impact the studio's focus and storytelling ability. This is one of the more cinematic first-person experiences, if the trailer is anything to go by. Captured in-engine, I have to say this really got my eyeballs staring in awe at the amount of detail and atmosphere in the game world. And did you see those animations? Here's hoping they make the final cut for the 2018 release date of the game. At this time, Metro: Exodus has only been announced for Windows PCs and the XBOX family of consoles. Check the games' trailer after the break.



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33 Comments on Metro: Exodus Announced at Microsoft's XBOX E3 Presentation

#1
erixx
WOW, yes! The animations of the player are one step ahead... and if it is more daylight than darkness, I am in!
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#2
Tsukiyomi91
new map, new weapon, improved environments, better physics, animations etc. This is one game I would get next year. =D
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#5
RejZoR
This just reminded me to start playing the original which I still haven't finished...
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#6
PowerPC
This is now Fallout for me.
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#7
silentbogo
Just watched a trailer this morning. Even if it is just a cinematic trailer, I'm pretty sure it will be close enough in-game. Good job 4A!
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#8
bogami
Nice. After METRO Redux both improve some skins are not noteworthy progress that could be offered in the patch, this is the right step forward.
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#9
AsRock
TPU addict
Meh another Metro, pretty much same ol thing.
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#10
silentbogo
AsRock said:
Meh another Metro, pretty much same ol thing.
Don't be a party pooper :fear:
Post-apocalyptic gamez with bewbz never get old.
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#11
Liviu Cojocaru
I've really enjoyed playing the first 2 and by the looks of it I will really enjoy finishing this one as well
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rtwjunkie
PC Gaming Enthusiast
silentbogo said:
Don't be a party pooper :fear:
Post-apocalyptic gamez with bewbz never get old.
Oh yeah, post apocalyptic never gets old!

Wow, this looks like it could be so good!!
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#13
Ubersonic
Time to dust off the old PhysX card XD
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#14
Fx
I've enjoyed this series and look forward to this game as well. Unfortunately, these releases always remind me of just how much I miss the S.T.A.L.K.E.R series which by the way was sandbox. It is nice to see this series moving in that direction.
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rtwjunkie
PC Gaming Enthusiast
Fx said:
I've enjoyed this series and look forward to this game as well. Unfortunately, these releases always remind me of just how much I miss the S.T.A.L.K.E.R series which by the way was sandbox. It is nice to see this series moving in that direction.
Really, not much can top STALKER for open world RPG, still. Especially modded. The atmosphere is so intense!
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#16
INSTG8R
Can't wait for this and the new Wolfenstein
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#17
AsRock
TPU addict
silentbogo said:
Don't be a party pooper :fear:
Post-apocalyptic gamez with bewbz never get old.
Linear is boring \ brain dead and then there is the gimp mask to boot, i pretty much stopped playing that crap over 20 years ago and was playing on bigger maps then too, with the odd exception for games like Half Life 1\2.
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#18
Zvijer
AsRock said:
Linear is boring \ brain dead and then there is the gimp mask to boot, i pretty much stopped playing that crap over 20 years ago and was playing on bigger maps then too, with the odd exception for games like Half Life 1\2.
No,it will be sandbox game,non-linear game for the firts time from Metro-games...cant wait
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#19
PowerPC
silentbogo said:
Just watched a trailer this morning. Even if it is just a cinematic trailer, I'm pretty sure it will be close enough in-game. Good job 4A!
Yea, no way this is going to look this good in the actual game.
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#20
AsRock
TPU addict
Zvijer said:
No,it will be sandbox game,non-linear game for the firts time from Metro-games...cant wait
I hope they put a hell lot of time in to it as it be another 1/2 made Fallout 4 to name one.
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#21
Prima.Vera
The quality of the animations and details are amazing. Good job.
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#22
PowerPC
AsRock said:
I hope they put a hell lot of time in to it as it be another 1/2 made Fallout 4 to name one.
Except METRO never wanted to be Fallout 4... And that's a vary good thing if you ask me. They are luckily way more aligned with STALKER.
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#24
Liviu Cojocaru
BorgOvermind said:
I'd like a new S.T.A.L.K.E.R. too.
I would love that too!!! It is my favourite game series
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#25
silentbogo
BorgOvermind said:
I'd like a new S.T.A.L.K.E.R. too.
Ain't gonna happen, with all the GSC controversy.
Half of their staff left after SoC and formed 4A games, while the rest split in 3 or 4 indie studios, leaving GSC practically non-existent.
The best you can get is either this, or abominable Survarium.
I'm still surprised Cossacks 3 came out at all.
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