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Metro Exodus has some gnarly-looking monsters


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Metro Exodus made an appearance at Microsoft's E3 2018 presser with a new trailer and a new date. After recently slipping out of this year, the post-apocalyptic shooter is now set for February 22, 2019.

Interesting tidbit: "All footage in this trailer was captured in-game from a single level."

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