Metro Exodus Dev Warns Next Metro Will Skip PC if Fans Boycott, Deep Silver Issues Statement

Written by Jon Sutton on Mon, Feb 4, 2019 11:21 AM
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The Metro Exodus/Epic Games Store situation really is turning into a right old mess. Over the weekend, a 4A Games developer posted on a Russian games forum saying they were upset with the fan reaction to a game them and the team spent years working on. They then produced a feel ‘eek’ moment when they said: “as a last resort, if all PC players announce a boycott of the Metro, then the next Metro, if it happens, is definitely not on the PC.”

I think we can all understand this comes from a position of passion, and of hurt, but it’s certainly not going to have the desired effect of pacifying the PC community. Quite the opposite, in fact. Needless to say as an individual developer they'll have little say on whether another Metro happens or which platforms it comes to.

Since then, either 4A Games or Deep Silver/Koch Media has come out and issued a statement addressing the employee’s statement. It’s as clear as mud as to who this statement is from as it could easily be attributed to either the developer or the publisher, but reports suggest this is from the publisher’s end.

“The recent decision to move Metro Exodus from Steam to the Epic Game Store was made by Koch Media / Deep Silver alone,” reads the statement from the official Metro Exodus Twitter account.

“The recent comments made by a member of the 4A Games development team do not reflect Deep Silver’s or 4A Games’ view on the future of the franchise. They do reflect the hurt and disappointment of a passionate individual who has seen what was previously nothing but positive goodwill towards his work turn to controversy due to a business decision he had no control over. We respectfully ask that any and all valid feedback over this decision is directed at Koch Media / Deep Silver, and not the developers at 4A Games.

“The future release strategy of the Metro series lies with Koch Media / Deep Silver. Our decision to partner with Epic Games was based on the goal of investing in the future of the series and our development partner at 4A Games. We have every intention of continuing this franchise, and a PC version will always be at the heart of our plans.”

The reaction to the Metro Exodus Epic Store exclusivity is understandable yet massively overblown to anyone still clinging onto reality. Some folks are clearly feeling genuine hatred and anger over what’s a frustrating but not life-changing decision for anyone. The backlash will be hurting 4A Games though, a studio that has put a lot of love into the Metro series over the past decade, only to see all that goodwill evaporate in a matter of weeks.

It’s a sad state of affairs but we have a feeling this is all going to work out in Deep Silver’s favour. A game that was flying comparatively under the radar is now one of the most talked about games on the internet. It’s going to have to be some boycott to stop Metro Exodus being overall less successful than it would’ve been quietly launching on Steam. You’ve got PS4 and Xbox One fans who perhaps haven’t even looked at the series before and now it’s the talk of town.

Are you boycotting Metro Exodus?

Our favourite comments:

might be unpopular, but I fully side with the devs here. AAA games cost a ton of money to make, exclusivity deal makes sense for them.

risiblewilbury

I dont even have problem with having another launcher, I just want Epic to get better security and add functions to the launcher.

Pr0pheT22

I wanted this game so much, but screw Koch Media/Deep Silver or whoever is responsible. I DO NOT want another game launcher, I already have 5 of them, Steam for 99% of my games, Origin for Star Wars Battlefront 2(which is actually a good game but had a very bad launch) Dragon Age and Mass Effect, GoG for Gwent and because every now and them you can import some games from Steam to GoG FREE of charge, Battle.net for Starcraft II and Warcraft Reforged and lastly Uplay, never bought anything on Uplay but I got Far Cry 3 and 4 when I bought graphic cards and also got some nice games for free (The Crew, Assassins Creed 3 and 4).

D4rkXXX

I like the metro game alot and for the loyal fans, it's gonna hit them where it hurts if the others boycot this as it would mean no more Metro on PC :(

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23:17 Feb-06-2019

Get ed, nobody cares about ty devs anyway. I'mma pirate the game anyway.

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18:20 Feb-07-2019

piracy is not promoted here. if that is how you feel about gaming, then please vacate our community.

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19:52 Feb-05-2019

Remember the good old days, when you bought a pc-game on disc, and installed it right to the desktop! no steam, no launcher....just gaming simplified!

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21:27 Feb-05-2019

tho y needed to get out from room

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00:41 Feb-06-2019

Nowadays it can be a link and boom simpler than ever, or you can order it and it can be at your door in the same day if ordered early enough or the next day.

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01:05 Feb-06-2019

And get up to put in and change discs..

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12:14 Feb-13-2019

Look at how many discs was with GTAV when it was released on PC lol

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09:59 Feb-06-2019

That is a good thing tho, right... RIGHT?! Who knows, on your way out you might meet all kind of mythological creatures like... a GIRL :D

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20:06 Feb-06-2019

Waman don't exist.

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16:04 Feb-06-2019

Right! I also, in my darkest thoughts, wonder what would happen if one of these online game services went out of business and 99% of my games were from that service. Do I just lose hundreds of dollars and have nothing but Minesweeper?

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17:29 Feb-06-2019

The answer to that is yes.


Unless they are kind enough to go and patch out steam(and other DRM stores or just DRM) from every game and host a server to download the games from.

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15:44 Feb-07-2019

Thanks for the info.

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18:23 Feb-06-2019

Pretty much. Most DRM even in offline mode relies on token, which is created once it validates ownership. But token will eventually expire, meaning you won't be able to play, unless you crack the game. Or if developer/publisher patch protection out or replace protection with another one.

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18:25 Feb-06-2019

Though online server dependent games are even worse. Imagine a day when Division, Destiny, Anthem,... servers shut down. As far as I know those games can only connect to official servers, no private servers. So they pretty much end up as those dead MMORPGs, where you can only run them to log in screen.

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18:27 Feb-06-2019

Though in reality, probably anything that isn't older than about 3 years, +/- 1 year, would highly likely get that protection patched out or replaced with something working. Older ones however would be dead, which is not unlike older games today, which have copy protection that doesn't work on Windows 10.

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18:29 Feb-06-2019

They simply won't run at all. Like I had Act of War, it had x86 driver for its copy protection that would not work on x64 OS, so I couldn't even get past that without cracking the game. And protection never got patched out on CD version, as far as I know. It got fixed only for GOG version.

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18:31 Feb-06-2019

Also I got worse one for you, imagine if Steam went down... That would be even worse, since you couldn't even access your library or download games to crack them. Plus no way to patch them either, since they get patched via Steam. Luckily that is highly unlikely to happen.

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15:43 Feb-07-2019

Thanks very much for the insights! Time to play Dungeons & Dragons on the kitchen table with paper and pencils!

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19:26 Feb-05-2019

I remember back when none of this mattered and games were just games, has it really been that long since we used to all use CDs?

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10:38 Feb-05-2019

well deep silver is that publisher that published worst game of the era Ride to hell:RETRIBUTION!!!!!!!!!!!!!! SO ITS EXPECTED

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10:44 Feb-05-2019

hmm might check it out as well ;p

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05:49 Feb-05-2019

"as a last resort, if all PC players announce a boycott of the Metro, then the next Metro, if it happens, is definitely not on the PC." I almost can't believe what i just read... are they on drugs?!


I bet PC gamers can play the same stupid games too, how about lets say: Bring the game on GOG day 1 with a free story DLC just to make us PC gamers feel better or GTFO!


Anyway, yeah sure make stupid threats to a specific fan base... great way to ruin your reputation and most likely the company as a whole! This makes things a LOT easier for everyone and odds are we wont see any Metro games after this, they are done lol


Greed literally kills!

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22:54 Feb-05-2019

you talk about greed against the developer and literally talk about being greedy (how about lets say: Bring the game on GOG day 1 with a free story DLC just to make us PC gamers feel better or GTFO!)
i guess from what you are saying is all pc metro players are a bunch of little babies who need something to make themselves feel better. instead of a trophy, you want them to get some free dlc.

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22:55 Feb-05-2019

companies invest money into the game to make money (you pay programmers and such to come up with and create the games). thats how game development works. is someone offers you a deal for it to be exclusive, then they are adding money into the pool of money that will be made from the game. thats not greed, thats smart marketing.
greed is a pc player thinking they need free dlc cuz of their hurt feelings. thats they are owed something because they feel wronged by a company who is trying to make a game and make money off of it.

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00:19 Feb-06-2019

its not greed but its not faire for people who wants to use only steam, its good move for devs but not players tho asking for free dlc is to much

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04:03 Feb-06-2019

show me something in this world thats fair.
people need to get over themselves and stop crying cuz life didnt work out how they planned, especially concerning something as simple as a video game.
such people must be crying all the time because because someone decided not to talk to them, or they got a red light when they wanted a green.
blizzard, ea and ubisoft and activision do their own thing. heck there are old games that are only on gog galaxy. if people only want one client, then they wont have all the games they could possible want. such is life. we do the same thing with cars, food and music.

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23:22 Feb-04-2019

I wonder if I can sail the seven seas like a ""Pirate".

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22:51 Feb-04-2019

For me it just depends on how good the game is. I won't boycott it. Another launcher is not an issue for me. Had Epic account since a while ago, when I tried Fortnite. And personally I feel like competition is always a good thing, even if Epic doesn't offer all features Steam does. It likely will improve.

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22:53 Feb-04-2019

As for the employee, I feel like he kind of cracked under pressure and had to vent it out. This doesn't make it ok or anything. But I can kind of understand him with all negative stuff about Epic Store and Metro, which wasn't even his fault. It was wrong thing to do, but at least they did apologize, which is nice.

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22:55 Feb-04-2019

But personally I feel like that whole Epic Store thing is overblown and boycott won't be as bad as people make it to be. I am pretty sure quite some are just riding wave of what is popular right now. And will likely just end up buying it on Epic, or waiting for Steam release a year latter.

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22:58 Feb-04-2019

but what kind of compettion?
i mean imagine projec red make theyr launcher store now and every devekoper/publisher do as well what kind of competition is that?
i will have benefits from having theyr own stores but consumers wouldnt gain anything unless they sell theyr game cheaper bec they will be on theyr own

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23:12 Feb-04-2019

Isn't GOG owned by CD Projekt Red and they do have their launcher called GOG Galaxy. But competition it is as long as customer has a choice where to buy and developers have a choice where to release a game. Sure exclusivity with Metro or Division aren't best thing in the world. But I am pretty sure Epic will improve.

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10:30 Feb-05-2019

theyl have to, also i didnt know that GOG belong to CD red

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10:47 Feb-05-2019

CD Project red also get backed up by the government for their games... which is awesome, but at the same time, people tend to expect that from companies that don't have a replacement for micro-transactions like CDPR has with GoG and then the government.

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22:20 Feb-05-2019

Yeah, GOG is subsidiary of CD Projekt Red. And I believe, if you bought physical copy of Witcher 3, it would come as GOG version, not sure if that was everywhere, but my physical copy was for GOG. And it was a reason for me to use GOG Galaxy, though I never tested running it without Galaxy present on the system.

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22:22 Feb-05-2019

@psychoman
I personally think most just hate predatory and abusive microtransactions. Like I am fine with them in free to play or cheaper games. I just absolutely hate them when they influence gameplay of game I paid 60EUR for and extra 30-40EUR for season pass, forcing me to pay even more.

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21:17 Feb-04-2019

He's directing his rage at the wrong people.... he should be directing his anger at the publisher who made the stupid decision to pull it from Steam after it was promised to appear on Steam and then suddenly yanked from the platform........ people shouldn't be review bombing, but the backlash shouldn't surprise anyone...... just another case of a stupid greedy corporation making a stupid decision and causing a divide between the devs and their player base.

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23:01 Feb-05-2019

so you are saying a company isnt allowed to make a decision concerning money when the whole point of the company is to make money because they should expect pc gamers to be childish, have their feelings hurt and then review bomb them because of their childish ways?


show me a game major developer whos not in it for the money?

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20:29 Feb-04-2019

How about you all use the Epic Games Launcher.


Steam has been around for well over 13 years and you expect Epic to immediately be better. It's still new. Learn to deal with development that's needed.


I'm getting so many downvotes but I'll still gladly buy Metro Exodus.


Just having one library on Steam is a console like experience. What if Steam shuts down? The more launchers the better.

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20:56 Feb-04-2019

+1 Agreed!

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21:21 Feb-04-2019

Can't say I particularly care for it, I'll always prefer Steam, I could say it's about the anti-consumer policies of Epic games store, I could say it's about the lack of features, I could say it's about the lack of games, I could say it's about the lack of security, but none of that would be entirely accurate, Steam is just what I'm used to, and what I like, and I as the consumer have every right to make that decision without need of answering to those who would question it, it's my money.

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00:15 Feb-05-2019

You know it took years for Valve to develop the needed features for Steam right? They didn't just have everything there since day one.


The lack of games is a thing because of the store still being new.


And Valve is pro consumer? I doubt it.

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01:36 Feb-05-2019

lol and he completely misses my point.... good job.

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23:06 Feb-05-2019

everything he whined about is everything that people did when it came to steam in the first place. (Can't say I particularly care for it, I'll always prefer CDs, I could say it's about the anti-consumer policies of STEAM, I could say it's about the lack of features, I could say it's about the lack of games, I could say it's about the lack of security, but none of that would be entirely accurate, CDs is just what I'm used to, and what I like, and I as the consumer have every right to make that decision without need of answering to those who would question it, it's my money.)

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23:08 Feb-05-2019

thats why half life 2 was EXCLUSIVE to steam. steam needed that one killer game to bring it all together. half life 2 was that game.


omfg that sounds just like epic game store and metro. imagine that. took a play right out of the steam playbook and everyone has an issue with it. f-ing hilarious

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22:45 Feb-04-2019

This Store exclusivity sh*t is not anything different, and I'd argue it may even be worse. The whole point of having more stores is competition and competition is better for us because we have more choices in the matter. But if they start competing by grabbing the exclusives than we lose those choices and we're forced to go to whichever store the title is exclusive too. Effectively nothing changes apart from having a new launcher running on your system.

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00:17 Feb-05-2019

And that's a problem? Valve has been monopolizing the digital PC store for so long. They've been doing nothing to improve Steam for both developers and consumers. They take 30%. That's alot of money for doing nothing.


Meanwhile the Epic Games store is still new. It WILL have more needed features as time goes on.

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01:12 Feb-05-2019

Yes. Exclusivity is a big problem, at least to me. Valve did hold a monopoly but that's pretty much done now. They improved Steam a lot since it launched. You can argue that they don't do much lately, and I couldn't disagree there, but Steam changed for the better. Valve is providing a store and plenty of features which go around with it such as dedicated servers and online matchmaking, but yes, 30% is still a very big slice but that'll hopefully change now because of Epic.

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01:15 Feb-05-2019

Epic Store is still new, but they're entering a competitive market and they don't have much of a luxury to take their time as Steam did. You cannot fault people for not wanting to switch after for some even decades on Steam for currently an inferior product.
I just hope Epic and Steam compete with eachother without the use of exclusives because if that's not good for anyone.

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04:11 Feb-06-2019

you talk about exclusives but i dont see a single game valve developed in any other pc game client. every argument you provide goes right back to valve doing the exact same thing. ea does it with titanfall 2 and origin, blizzard does it with their games and activision put them on blizzards client too. this has been going on before epic and metro, but no one cared until someone decided to change their mind and make the game exclusive.

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10:45 Feb-06-2019

I talk about exclusives, period. I though I was clear enough with that. I'm not pointing names because everyone has done it at some point and it wouldn't change what I said anyway.
Exclusives are bad. If they start competing by picking exclusives than we get absolutely nothing.

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20:12 Feb-04-2019

Will probably end up getting it when it comes to steam. I usually wait for single player games like metro, tomb raider, Deus Ex to hit like 20 dollars on a sale before i buy them. Can't justify spending 60 dollars on a 10 hour playthrough.

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20:21 Feb-04-2019

Metro Exodus is open world. Also Quality > Quantity. Don't let singleplayer, story-driven games die off.

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20:47 Feb-04-2019

Try G2A. I got Deus Ex Mankind Divided for 3.5 dollars.

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18:30 Feb-04-2019

if the reviews come out and it is a good game , am getting it . i don't care about drm nor epic games . it wont affect my gameplay experience in any way

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18:36 Feb-04-2019

Unless Denuvo servers fail again, or you lose your internet connection.

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19:23 Feb-04-2019

The same can be said about steam...

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19:31 Feb-04-2019

And yet I can play Steam games in offline mode.

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20:03 Feb-04-2019

and yet if Steam's servers fail you lose everything... the same as denuvo.

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21:39 Feb-04-2019

Except Steam has been up and running for 16 years with extremely low down time and no signs of stopping or slowing down, the chances of Steam just suddenly disappearing and taking all your games with it are next to nil..... I won't comment on the Denuvo as I am largely indifferent about it.

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22:36 Feb-04-2019

That's the same as Epic and any other store apart from GOG, so what's your point?
Just as TClaw said, chances of Steam just suddenly disappearing are next to nil, and if they ever are on their way down they'll certainly give you the ability to download all of your games Steam DRM free. Not the best case scenario in any way but at least you don't leave empty handed.

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22:53 Feb-04-2019

@TheEmperor96..... lol if Steam ever does go belly up, I'd end up spending more money on enough storage to store my entire Steam library to even make it worth it. I'd probably just have to settle for saving the games I actually play and can't do without xD, this is why I'm a fan of Steam though, I can own a massive games library without it cutting into my own storage,(or in the case of physical media, shelf space). People who are always preaching the virtues of physical always seem to miss that.

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01:22 Feb-05-2019

They "miss that" because they're hypocrites. Because it's a pretty good argument for the digital stores and as such it doesn't serve them. So it's always glossed over.

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14:16 Feb-05-2019

And it's not only digital stores, even if it's DRM-less and just downloaded through a link(because if it's account, if their servers die you can't connect to your account), if it's not Peer-to-Peer means that games can still be lost. That's why the best solution is to have a DRM-less and accountless, peer to peer + servers distribution for games. So that if their servers go die then you can just download it from other people.

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10:22 Feb-06-2019

That's just an open, full-stocked torrent network lol, that's insanity. I absolutely guarantee with barriers that low, practically no one will buy games legally.

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10:26 Feb-06-2019

What you're asking for is basically a donation system, that's never going to work. If pirating a game becomes easier and quicker than buying it, that's bad news for dvs/pubs.

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10:50 Feb-06-2019

I do agree with Jon. Even though I'm not a fan of DRMs, your system is literally pirate heaven. Why would anyone ever buy a game when they could probably get a free full experience from their friend. I'd like to say I would but I most probably wouldn't either in that scenario.
And peer to peer is just a torrent. It also doesn't guarantee that you'll be able to download your game whenever you want to if no one is seeding it.

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09:17 Feb-07-2019

In that scenario, devs would need to find other ways to guarantee revenue other than game sales and we know what that means.... microtransactions are bad enough already, without that on top

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18:16 Feb-04-2019

Gamers and developers shouldn't cuss at each other over this. Instead, they should both cuss at Deep Silver :P. Regarding the poll: I'm not boycotting Metro per se, but I refuse to download the Epic launcher. If there is no other outlet, I guess I'm not buying the game any more.

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17:49 Feb-04-2019

First rule in any business, never threaten your customer. Remember what happened to BFV?

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23:20 Feb-04-2019

why is your comment not not a favorite.

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17:30 Feb-04-2019

Denuvo or not, Epic store or steam, I don't care : if the reviews are good I WILL buy it!

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16:30 Feb-04-2019

If they had said "don't like it (epic store), don't buy it!" then it would have escalated very fast.

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15:38 Feb-04-2019

Okay lol

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15:32 Feb-04-2019

Oh, well, yeah. Be like apple, except do not succeed, because pc gamers aren't that sheepy.

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15:51 Feb-04-2019

Cough Ngreedia cough

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16:58 Feb-04-2019

Bullseye XD

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21:55 Feb-04-2019

Cough....everybody who says, "I only want Steam because I'm used to it and don't want to try anything different." cough cough

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22:56 Feb-04-2019

Bullseye number 2 XD

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16:29 Feb-05-2019

Tbh I prefer ngreedia because here it's the same price/performance as amd, but with a lower tdp :)
When the RX480 was released with a price tag of 200 dollars, I really thought I chose badly with my 960 for 220 euro. Apparently, that RX480 costed 280 at launch and got up more since that mining crap.

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15:18 Feb-04-2019

Ha, they even say "The future release strategy of the Metro series lies with Koch Media / Deep Silver." so the rest of the future games will still be on the epic store and have denuvo
I wont be bothering with this for now, epic store doesnt even have an offline mode yet so in its current state its online only so thats a no from me again there

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15:14 Feb-04-2019

lmao xD

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14:55 Feb-04-2019

I will agree with this statement only if the game is very well optimized and has very good gameplay. If the game is shi* then jokes on you.

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100% Yes [6 votes]
| 60FPS, High, 1080p
Core i5-9400F 6-Core 2.9GHz GeForce GTX 1060 Palit Super Jetstream 6GB 16GB
83.3333% Yes [6 votes]
| 30FPS, Medium, 720p
Core i5-3570 3.4GHz GeForce 9500 GT 8GB
100% Yes [1 votes]
| 60FPS, High, 1080p
Core i7-7700 4-Core 3.6GHz GeForce GTX 1060 Asus ROG Strix Gaming OC 6GB Edition 16GB
| 60FPS, Medium, 1080p
Ryzen 5 3500 6-Core 3.6GHz GeForce GTX 1660 Asus Phoenix OC 6GB 16GB
100% Yes [1 votes]
| 60FPS, Low, 720p
Ryzen 5 2400G GeForce GTX 1650 Zotac Gaming OC 4GB 16GB