Metro: Exodus happens to be the cover story of Game Informer’s March 2018 issue, which brings new screenshots showing developer 4A Games and publisher Deep Silver first-person shooter. The game is set to come out this year for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
A month after Metro: Exodus developer 4A Games took up an interview with the Official PlayStation Magazine UK to talk about Metro Exodus map size and how the upcoming title will have more sandbox gameplay experiences, the game is now Game Informer’s March 2018 cover story.
Thanks to a certain individual by the name Alexeymakarov, who frequents Reddit, posted up a new batch of screens that Game Informer has featured in the March 2018 issue.
You can get a good look at Metro: Exodus weapons and environments below thanks to the screens said Reddit user posted up.
Metro: Exodus executive producer, Jon Bloch revealed not too long ago that the game in question will be much bigger than previous titles in the series in many ways.
One example provided by Bloch is that each city in Metro: Exodus will be three or four square kilometers in size, which will make them the biggest areas created under 4A Games’ belt. This means that there will be a lot to explore in these areas.
Bloch also made mention that cities will be filled with things to do and activities that shouldn’t make the game feel empty. Players are noted to be able to interact with new characters in these cities, which adds to the game’s initial script.
More information via Game Informer’s March 2018 issue pertaining to Metro: Exodus will surely bring out more info in the near future, if you want to know more about the upcoming first-person shooter game.
You can look forward to Metro: Exodus to launch sometime this year for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.