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Weapons or the variety of different guns in a first-person shooter is often as important as the setting, level design, and overall, well, story. After all they're that thing that sit front and center for most of the experience, and tie into your own and the main protagonist's identity. The upcoming Metro Exodus from 4A Games is out soon, and in the latest, and lengthy, video we get a look at its weapons.

And yeah, it all looks on par with the incredible detail seen in the environments. Plus, no matter whether its a handgun, shotgun, or rifle, customisation lets you swap out barrels and other bits to create any number of variations. Check it out.



Set in Russia, you can be sure that the Kalashnikov makes an appearance. Metro Exodus is out soon, February 15 on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.



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