In the absence of a new Crysis, we’re reliant on 4A Games to absolutely ravage our GPUs these days. On the basis of Metro: Exodus’s E3 2018 trailer, they’re not going to disappoint.
After two games spent lurking in the confines of the metro systems, Metro: Exodus busts out of the tunnels and offers wide open levels for players to explore. The majority looks as if it’s taking place above ground too, as you try to take a train on an epic journey across post-apocalyptic Russia.
The new trailer shows off a lot of new locales and enemies that we haven’t seen before, including a frankly terrifying looking mutant shark. 4A Games have always excelled in visual fidelity and world-building, and Metro Exodus is positively dripping in atmosphere.
As well as the trailer, we’ve also got the all-important release date for Metro Exodus. It’s a joining a very packed lineup on February 22nd, joining Crackdown 3, Days Gone and Anthem. Which games are going to get delayed then?