‘Metro Exodus’ muddies up its formula with an empty open world


In a departure from the last two games of the series, Metro Exodus sends players into the great outdoors of post-apocalyptic Russia where, unfortunately, the formula that worked for the last two games falls apart.

If only Metro Exodus had a little more Metro and a little less Exodus.

In Metro Exodus, the third game in the Metro series, the silent protagonist Artyom catches a glimpse of potential life outside of the Moscow Metro where he has lived most of his life since the nuclear apocalypse turned everything above ground into an uninhabitable hellscape. Artyom along with his wife Anna and a group of others set off on a train to see what’s out there. Read more…

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