“I was born in Moscow. But I remember nothing of that time.”
In 2013 the world was devastated by a nuclear event. Ever since, the world has battled to survive. You are Artyom, born in the last days before the fire. Metro Exodus takes place after the events of Metro Last Light. The year is now 2036 and Russia’s resurgence from nuclear oblivion is slow. In this open world, there’s life-threatening hazards around every turn and only the smartest make it out alive.
As you flee a dead Moscow to create a new life with your wife Anna and Spartan Rangers, you catch the “Aurora” – a steam train – east. Your adventure begins here. But the story is dynamic, and you’ll have to battle to make it through.
To survive, you must become one with your new travelling companions, get yourself some stonking weapons and learn to navigate the treacherous world. You must also adapt to survive against a changing weather system and brutal seasons. The beautiful and hostile world of Metro Exodus is relentless in its quest to chew and spit you out. Navigate winter, spring, summer and autumn, with each new season revealing new terrain and challenges.
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A newfound post-apocalypse in Metro Exodus
Metro Exodus is the third entry into 4A Games’ post-apocalyptic series, and the first one that sets players outside of the Russian metro tunnels and above ground. Don’t get too comfortable, though, as this new environment brings with it its own series of dangers. Fresh mutants, radicalised humans and environmental hazards are all here for Artoyym to battle, as the Aurora barrels its way in a multi-seasonal journey across continent.