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Metro Exodus hits 10 million sales - and there's more to come

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4A Games announced that Metro Exodus has now crossed over 10 million sales, and the good news is they have plans for more games to come. Writing in a post on X (formerly Twitter) the official Metro account noted the recently announced Metro VR game, and also that the next mainline Metro game will come from 4A Games "when it's ready".

Metro Exodus turns 5 years old today, and has now sold over 10 Million copies.  Metro will return in VR with Metro Awakening from @vertigogames  in 2024 - and the next mainline Metro from @4AGames …  When it’s ready  Thank you for coming on the journey so far with us.

We definitely need more high-quality story-shooters like this, so it's really great to see them tease a proper mainline addition to the series is on the way don't you think?

Metro Exodus has a Native Linux version and it's rated Steam Deck Playable.

I have to confess, I still haven't actually gone through and finished Metro Exodus yet. Really enjoyed the gameplay and story in the first two though, so I really should do Exodus at some point. I remember first trying it out on Stadia (R.I.P) and being quite impressed there, and then later the Linux version when it appeared with the Steam release.

You can buy Metro Exodus from:

GOG

Humble Store

Steam

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Julius Feb 16
QuoteI still haven't actually gone through and finished Metro Exodus yet. Really enjoyed the gameplay and story in the first two though, so I really should do Exodus at some point.

It's a significant departure especially in gameplay from the first two, and IMHO much worse because Exodus is mostly an open-world game with loads of half-assed fetch quests that do not further the story in any way.

I really hope the upcoming VR title will go back to the roots of the first two, and given how badly suited VR is for open-world games I have some hopes that it will not totally suck.
based Feb 16
"and the good news is they have plans for more games to come" oh so they wont just close the company and stop making games after their most successful game? :p
Easily the most beautiful, Exodus was only marred by existing in Last Light's better storyline.
WorMzy Feb 16
Might be worth playing again to see if they ever fixed the lighthouse map crash bug. I stopped playing after encountering that.
FauconNoir Feb 16
Quoting: WorMzyMight be worth playing again to see if they ever fixed the lighthouse map crash bug. I stopped playing after encountering that.
Yep, it is fixed !
KuJo Feb 16
QuoteI remember first trying it out on Stadia (R.I.P) and being quite impressed there, and then later the Linux version when it appeared with the Steam release.
Me, too!

BTW - I'm missing Stadia ...

Quoteand the good news is they have plans for more games to come.
And then again only Epic Store exclusive for 1 year like Exodus? That's great. (Irony off)


Last edited by KuJo on 16 February 2024 at 5:12 pm UTC
Unpopular opinion: I beg of you stop saying “formally twitter”, it’s so cringe.
Liam Dawe Feb 16
Quoting: RaymondTerrific Unpopular opinion: I beg of you stop saying “formally twitter”, it’s so cringe.
Like or not, X is what it’s called now but it’s not recognisable or clear and just calling it Twitter would be factually wrong. So I will continue to make it clear to readers.
Quoting: RaymondTerrific Unpopular opinion: I beg of you stop saying “formally twitter”, it’s so cringe.
He didn't, he said "formerly Twitter". I don't think he was accusing Twitter of being formal, since clearly it's quite informal.
Jarmer Feb 17
Quoting: Julius
QuoteI still haven't actually gone through and finished Metro Exodus yet. Really enjoyed the gameplay and story in the first two though, so I really should do Exodus at some point.

It's a significant departure especially in gameplay from the first two, and IMHO much worse because Exodus is mostly an open-world game with loads of half-assed fetch quests that do not further the story in any way.

I really hope the upcoming VR title will go back to the roots of the first two, and given how badly suited VR is for open-world games I have some hopes that it will not totally suck.

huh I didn't know that. That was the first game in the series I played, and it was interesting at first, and gorgeous! But then it devolved into just the most boring "open world" ever with exactly what you said. So I bounced off that hard, quit, never looked back. I remember thinking "wow, people really seemed to love this series for some reason" ... now I guess I know why!
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