There’s good news for Metro: Exodus fans in that Deep Silver and 4A Games will let folks play the upcoming Q1 2019 FPS late next month. Metro: Exodus will drop on February 15th, 2019, across PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
Yes, that’s right, Metro: Exodus will be playable for those who are eager and can’t wait to play the game when February 2019 rolls around. During late January fans who take flight or live in Taipei, Taiwan will be able to go hands-on with Metro: Exodus.
The devs have been updating the official website that shows the days counting down to the Taipei Game Show event going live.
If, however, folks are unable to attend said event, do know that videos will likely surface on the web of Metro: Exodus gameplay via Taipei Game Show revealing what the game has to offer much like other events displayed on metrothegame.com.
Moreover, in case fans feel like they won’t be able to attend or watch the upcoming event, folks unaware should know that even though the official website shows the box cover having a rating of “RP” for “Rating Pending,” at the bottom right-hand corner of the official website and all over social media we can see why the game is rated “M” for “Mature.”
Take your first look at the haunting title sequence set to an original score by composer Alexey Omelchuk.
— Metro Exodus (@MetroVideoGame) December 13, 2018
If fans can’t see the above tweet, the listed content above actuating the “M” rating can be seen below:
- Blood and Gore
- Intense Violence
- Partial Nudity
- Sexual Themes
- Strong Language
- Use of Drugs
Hopefully, the upcoming demo will be a new build of Metro: Exodus so that fans attending or watching from afar will not only be able to see the game but get a taste of the upcoming build due out mid-February 2019.
Anyway, if you are looking to bring intense violence, turn enemies into blood and gore or indulge in sexual themes in Russia, you now know the date to mark on your calendar.