Early 2019 is full of big game releases, not least of which is Metro: Exodus. We're just over a month away from the next game in the successful horror series, and it's taking things outside with an expansive open world to explore. However, at the heart of these games is the narrative, of course, and this latest trailer delves into this...
Fancy risking life and limb in order to take a few snaps of some horribly mutated creatures? Well with Metro: Exodus you're in luck. The game's official Twitter account has confirmed that the title will launch with a photo mode, allowing survivors to pause the action and capture the horror whenever they like. Photo modes are fast...
Post-apocalyptic sequel Metro: Exodus has gone gold, and to celebrate wrapping up production, the title's opening has been posted online. You can watch it in all of its gritty detail above. But that's not the only good news for fans of this grim survival shooter series. Originally set for release on the 22nd February 2019, Metro:...
From Russia with blood
For a franchise named after Russia’s subway system, Metro Exodus certainly seems big. The sequel to the PlayStation 3’s Metro: Last Light hints at its scale as we pull up its in-game map; we’re located in the bottom-left of the survival sandbox, but there’s clearly miles of apocalyptic landscape to explore here. It’s...
Well, maybe not treat
Metro Exodus is looking decent, eh? The demo being shown at Gamescom 2018 focuses on an autumn environment, but the full campaign will cycle through all of the seasons, which should result in some visual variety as you journey apocalyptic Russia. There’ll be a full day-and-night cycle, too, which will alter the kind of...
Kill or be killed
We've already been treated to an atmospheric new trailer for Metro: Exodus during this year's Gamescom, but publisher Deep Silver hasn't stopped there. It's also released a decent amount of beta gameplay footage, and it's looking great. The above video cuts from one scenario to another, showing us things like rescuing a man from...
Good luck out there
Metro: Exodus has always looked pretty promising, but this latest trailer highlights a couple of things. Firstly, the game looks gorgeous, the ruined Russia setting providing some great backdrops and a fantastic atmosphere. Secondly, there is some very creepy stuff going down. It doesn't show a whole lot of action, but the new...
Bring a coat with you
Birmingham's EGX 2018 event is only one and a half months away now, and because of that, the news is starting to flow thick and fast when it comes to what games will be putting in an appearance. Metro: Exodus is set to be one of those titles on the show floor, representing the first time it will be playable here in the UK...
Open world, release date,
We've known about Metro: Exodus for some time, but we learned a ton of new information during Microsoft's E3 2018 press conference. We learned the official release date, how it will differ from the previous two entries, and some plot details. In this guide, we'll round up everything there is to know about...
Don't expect that date to stay though
4A Games gave the world its first glimpse of its newest game, Metro: Exodus, at Microsoft's E3 conference last year, so it was no surprise to see Artyom and his wonderfully bleak Russian wasteland grace the stage again. Rather than a more structured , guided demo, we instead got a variety of brief snippets of...
But it'll be at E3
THQ Nordic has stated in a financial report that Metro: Exodus, which was planned for a Q4 2018 release, will now be pushed back into Q1 2019. This is the latest in a string of major games moving away from this time period, presumably to avoid going up against Rockstar's Red Dead Redemption 2. The game's publisher, Deep Silver,...
Winter is coming
Metro: Exodus will step out of the subway and into post-apocalyptic Moscow sometime in Fall 2018, publisher Deep Silver confirmed as part of a new trailer during The Game Awards 2017 last night. Here’s the pitch: “As Artyom, you must flee the Metro and lead a band of Spartan Rangers on an incredible, continent-spanning journey...
Off the rails
You won't even need a ticket to take a tour of 4A Games' post-apocalyptic PlayStation 4 compilation Metro: Redux, as the developer has deployed two hearty demos on the PlayStation Store today. Available in North America and Europe, the generous downloads will enable you to play the first nine chapters of Metro 2033 and Metro: Last...
Take that, mutants
A collection that contains remastered versions of both Metro: 2033 and Metro Last Light, Metro Redux is a pretty meaty package, and we'd argue one of the best shooters on the PlayStation 4. It's quite nice, then, that the post-apocalyptic romp has sold over 1.5 million copies worldwide. The news comes via Deep Silver, and,...
Anything but dark and dreary
Metro 2033 was one of those strange mid-tier titles that decided to avoid the PlayStation 3’s complicated architecture, releasing in early 2010 as a console exclusive for the Xbox 360. The post-apocalyptic first-person shooter – based upon the novel of the same name by Russian author Dmitry Glukhovsky – proved an...
Deep Silver has deployed the first gameplay footage of first-person re-release Metro: Redux running in 1080p at 60 frames-per-second on the PlayStation 4. The compilation – which was teased earlier in the week – will include enhanced versions of last year’s Metro: Last Light, as well as ex-Xbox 360 console exclusive
Re-release to run at 60 frames-per-second
Dust, dirt, and menacing mutants may be the order of the day in 4A Games’ post-apocalyptic PlayStation 4 re-release Metro: Redux, but the Ukrainian studio is still aiming to dish up something delicious courtesy of the power of Sony’s next-gen super machine. As part of its preparations for E3, the firm...
Takin' the slay train
You may recall that early last year rumours were floating around the Internet suggesting that post-apocalyptic shooters Metro: 2033 and Metro: Last Light would be making a bee-line for the PlayStation 4 in the form of upgraded ports. Considering the upgrades th