When 4A Games announced the Metro series was leaving the underground for the wide-open spaces of post-apocalyptic Russia, many fans worried the game could lose some of its suffocating vibe and tense moments of horror. The Gamescom 2018 trailer indicates those worries could be unfounded. 

The latest look at the game journeys further into the countryside than we had seen previously, showing off more diverse settings and seasons. The eerie lighting, freaky looking mutated animals, and startling number of corpses hanging from poles or pinned to walls shows that 4A Games hasn’t turned its back on the vibe that got the series this far. 

Metro Exodus is slated to come out February 22 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. To learn an absurd amount about the promising game, head over to our cover story hub from earlier in the year. 



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New Metro Exodus Trailer Shows The Horror Vibes Are Alive And Well In The Open World