Metro Exodus will finally arrive on Steam next week


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A little over a year ago, Deep Silver announced that the PC edition of its underground/overground adventure Metro Exodus was to be an Epic Games Store exclusive, which at the time led to upset from rival dashboard Steam.

Well, time flies and that one-year exclusivity deal is just about up. And so the publisher has announced that Metro Exodus will finally be pulling into the Steam station on February 15, 2020. So if you've been waiting out the clock for the last 12 months, then you just have one more week to go before you can grab it on Valve's platform.

Metro Exodus launched on PS4, PC and Xbox One in February 2019 and is a somewhat over-encumbered, but also great-looking, nerve-wracking, and atmospheric adventure. Deep Silver has since added the first DLC chapter, The Two Colonels, which arrived back in September and will be followed by a second chapter, Sam's Story, on February 11.

Metro Exodus is available now on PS4, Xbox One and PC via Epic Games Store, and arrives on Steam February 15.

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