Pre-orders for Metro: Exodus just went live over on the PlayStation Store, with a Gold edition advertising a complete version that bundles together the game, a dynamic theme, the official soundtrack, and the title's season pass for £74.99.
What is a little suspect, however, is the description of the product itself. It reads: "The Gold Edition includes the Metro Exodus Expansion Pass, granting access to all new adventures in the post-apocalyptic Russian wilderness. Exact contents still to be determined, but expect hours of gripping single-player, story-driven action of the highest quality!"
It seems a little haphazard to be asking people to drop £74.99, which is taken from your account immediately upon pre-order, for content that not even the developer itself has set in stone, don't you think? In other words, this is one season pass you definitely want to avoid putting any money down on until we get concrete details. This type of advertisement probably shouldn't be going on the PlayStation Store until the developer itself knows what it's selling.
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