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Positive Steam response for Metro Exodus after prior review bombing

Metro 2033 and Last Light's Redux editions had faced review bombing, but Exodus seems to have been received well on Steam.

At the end of last month we reported that Metro 2033 and Last Light's Redux editions had been review bombed on Steam, with both games and Exodus being attacked because of the exclusivity deal signed with the Epic Games Store last month, but now the tables have turned for last week's sequel.

Exodus was released on February 15 and has since garnered a 'very positive' response on Steam, as reported by PCGamesN, which is a bizarre change of fortune considering the criticism leveled against the game and its creators weeks ago. A lot of the reviews aim some anger towards the Epic Games Store, and many just genuinely express how much they enjoyed the game after the controversy surrounding its launch on PC.

What about the past two games? Well, the review bombing already did its damage and they are both still on 'mostly negative' when it comes to recent reviews, but at least the Steam ratings for Exodus reflect a positive feeling towards the game now it has been released.

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REVIEW. Written by Lisa Dahlgren

"The many options, both in terms of gameplay and your arsenal, make Metro Exodus feel much like a full-fledged action-RPG"

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