Metro Exodus is a post-apocalyptic first-person shooter game developed by 4A Games and published by Deep Silver. It is the third installment in the Metro game series, following Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light. The game is set in a post-apocalyptic world where humanity has been forced to live underground after a devastating nuclear war. Players take on the role of Artyom, a survivor who is trying to find a new home for his people.
The game is played in a semi-open world environment, where players have the freedom to explore the environment and interact with various NPCs and factions. The gameplay combines elements of first-person shooting, stealth, and survival horror. Players must scavenge for resources and ammo, craft new items and weapons, and manage their inventory and equipment. They can also upgrade their weapons and gear at workbenches and modify them to suit their playstyle.
The game features a variety of enemies, ranging from mutants and creatures that have been mutated by radiation to human factions that are fighting for resources and territory. Players must use their skills to overcome these challenges, whether by engaging in combat, using stealth, or avoiding confrontation altogether.
One of the unique features of Metro Exodus is the ability to travel between different regions on a train called the Aurora. The train serves as a hub where players can rest, interact with NPCs, and customize their equipment. The train also allows players to travel between different regions of the game world, each with its unique challenges and environments.
The game begins with Artyom and his companions living in the underground metro tunnels of Moscow. Artyom is tasked with finding a way to get the train, the Aurora, up and running. The first chapter serves as a tutorial for the game’s mechanics, introducing players to the basics of combat, scavenging, and crafting.
Chapter 2 takes place in the dead of winter, and players will need to navigate through the snowy terrain while avoiding hostile human factions and dangerous mutants.
In Chapter 3, Artyom and his companions arrive in the Volga region, a vast swampy area filled with mutated creatures and dangerous human factions. Artyom’s main objective is to find a way to repair the Aurora’s engines, which have been damaged during the journey.
The fourth chapter of Metro Exodus takes place in the Taiga region, a dense forest filled with dangerous wildlife and hostile human factions. Artyom’s main objective is to find a way to power the Aurora, which requires finding a working generator.
Chapter 5 takes place at the Yamantau bunker, which was once a military facility but is now controlled by a hostile human faction known as the Communists. Artyom’s main objective is to find a way to disable the bunker’s defenses, allowing the Aurora to pass safely through the area.
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In Chapter 6, Artyom and his companions arrive in the Caspian region, a vast desert filled with dangerous sandstorms and hostile factions. Artyom’s main objective is to find a way to power the Aurora, which has run out of fuel.
Chapter 7 takes the player back to the Taiga region, where they encounter a new faction known as the Children of the Forest. Players must navigate their way through the forest while avoiding the Children of the Forest and their traps.
In Chapter 8, Artyom and his companions arrive in the city of Novosibirsk, which was hit hard by the nuclear war and is now highly irradiated. Artyom’s main objective is to find a map of the region, which will help them navigate their way to the final destination of the game.