Metro Exodus gets a new trailer showcasing trains, mutants, and more frozen hellscape


'The Metro is all we have left'

Announced back at E3, we're finally seeing more of Metro Exodus at the Video Game Awards in the form of a new trailer showcasing the frozen hellscape and mutants we've all come to love.

Continuing to expand further on the novels from Dmitry Glukhovsky, Exodus aims to change things up with expansive non-linear level design and the promise of "massive re-playability."

Leaving the tunnels of Moscow behind, Artyom will push forward, heading east in the hopes of finding something slightly less frozen, mutants and bad weather be damned. Help him hobo his way across the frozen wastes in Fall 2018!

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