Metro takes on Fallout for the post-apocalyptic open world title
It’s rare that you get a game adapted straight from a book. Rarer still that it’s not garbage. Metro 2033 shirked the trend. Based on the book of the same name by Dmitry Glukhovsky, the series takes a dark and suitably Russian approach to a bleak, post-nuclear world. Survivor’s in Moscow live in the Metro system, hiding from radiation and mutants on the surface.
Both previous games, Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light featured linear storylines that brought you through the plot with very little deviation. Exodus gives players an open world to explore. This entry in the series is set to feature the underground aspects that defined the last games and mix them with dark, dangerous Moscow levels as well green areas outside the city which is a first for the series.