"The many options, both in terms of gameplay and your arsenal, make Metro Exodus feel much like a full-fledged action-RPG"
Retrace Colonel Khlebnikov's steps as Colonel Miller, using your flamethrower to help you out along the way.
The first part of Metro Exodus' two-part expansion is releasing tomorrow, on August 20. New trailer shown at Gamescom.
The release date is listed at June 9, which happens to be the same day as the highly-anticipated Xbox E3 press conference.
CEO Lars Wingefors clarified his statement on Metro Exodus selling majority of copies on console, revealing the Epic Store has also done good business.
The Two Colonels is landing this summer, but Sam's story will be arriving early next year, both of which offer something different for players.
In an update post Epic revealed the results of the Humble Bundle partnership, as well as a delay to April features in the store.
In-game commentary and more unlocked in new 6GB update, which is available to download right now.
Metro 2033 and Last Light's Redux editions had faced review bombing, but Exodus seems to have been received well on Steam.