Published: Tue, June 13, 2017
Sci-tech | By Carrie Guzman

Exodus announced - First official details, releases in 2018

Exodus announced - First official details, releases in 2018

A third game in the Metro franchise, Metro Exodus, has been announced during the Microsoft E3 Conference.

As you can see from the trailer, Metro Exodus does indeed appear to look handsome. If this is not proof that post-apocalyptic games are far from passe then I don't know what is.

The reveal trailer, above, is rendered in-engine, but it's unclear if it's actual gameplay.

Metro: Exodus will cost $59.99 United States dollars and be available on the above-mentioned platforms. Maybe a reinstall of the previous games would suffice for now. Even the game's trailer is a source of debate as it was described as an in-engine render, but seemed to be created to replicate the actual gameplay.

Ruling AIADMK enacting drama, says Panneerselvam
Stating that "the party should be strengthened and Amma's regime should continue forever", he said it continued to be their stand. After the divide, the Election Commission froze the party's symbol of "two-leaves" as both sides staked claim for it.

More information will follow as details of the game are released.

Metro Exodus features the main character wielding a crossbow as he ventures through the world which looks to be modded in various ways. Running at the Xbox One X, the game was most probably running at 4K FPS.

Developer 4A Games took to the stage during Microsoft's E3 presser yesterday evening to unveil the latest installment in its post-apocalyptic series.

The new game isn't exclusive to the Xbox One, though, as it'll also arrive on PC.

Like this: