Post by KostaAndreadis @ 01:43pm 09/01/19 | 0 Comments
Which, looks incredible - and no doubt a showcase for high-end gaming hardware. Also we're totally down for a AAA experience full of thick Russian accents in a harsh post-apocalyptic wasteland. The story trailer, which follows the Spartan Order's top sniper Anna, is also a showcase for all of the various hostile landscapes and locations found in the game.
And yes, there be trains. Check it out.
Narrated from the perspective of Anna, Artyom’s wife and the Spartan Order’s top sniper, the Metro Exodus Story Trailer explores the hostile world which awaits the crew of the Aurora as they flee the ruins of Moscow and embark on an expansive year-long journey into the unknown. Artyom always believed that there was life beyond the Metro stations of Moscow – Metro Exodus sees these hopes and dreams put to the ultimate test in the crucible of the Russian wastelands.
Metro Exodus, the latest in 4A Games' first-person shooter series based on popular novels of the same naming, is due for release February 15 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. As one of the first titles that was used to showcase the 4K promise of the Xbox One X console no doubt it'll look great on that platform. A special Xbox One x bundle including Metro 2033 Redux, Metro: Last Light Redux and Metro Exodus will be available for $649. Metro Exodus is also one of the first major releases to make use of NVIDIA's new RTX powered real-time ray tracing tech - ensuring that if nothing else it's going to be a visual spectacle.