Deep Silver and 4A Games once had Metro: Exodus slated to launch this year (2018) but delayed the game to February 22nd, 2019. Admittedly, that’s quite a ways away, but you will have the opportunity to play Exodus before 2019 at several events this year.
The official Metro: Exodus Twitter account tweeted that fans and gamers will get the chance to play Exodus starting from August 22nd and ending on October 26th. Of course, the game won’t be playable for two or three months straight, but sequentially on given dates in that time frame.
If you’d like to see the dates and places where you’ll be able to go hands-on with Exodus, you can check out the image in the tweet below:
Want to get your hands on Metro Exodus? Well, we've got good news…
Announcing the Hands-On Tour! We'll be showing the game at a whole host of gaming events all over the world.
— Metro Exodus (@MetroVideoGame) August 8, 2018
If you can’t see each of the dates and time listed above, Deep Silver and 4A Games will bring Exodus to Cologne, Germany, on August 22nd at Gamescom 2018. On August 31st, folks will be able to play the game in Seattle, Washington (U.S.), at PAX West.
Looking over to Stockholm, Sweden, the game will be present at Comic-Con Stockholm on September 14th. In Zurich, Switzerland, you can play the game on the same day at Zurich Game Show.
On September 20th, Exodus will be present at Birmingham, UK, at EGX. In Russia, Moscow to be specific, a playable build will be at Igromir on October 4th. On October 18th there will be a playable build of Exodus in Madrid, Spain, at Madrid Games Week.
And finally, the last two places that will have playable builds of the game will be in Vienna, Austria, at Game City on October 19th, and Paris, France, at Paris Game Week on October 26th.