Metro Exodus comes to Xbox One and Windows 10 in 2018
As a part of Microsoft's E3 2017 press conference, 4A Games has unveiled the third entry to its survival shooter series, Metro Exodus.
The game follows a similar backdrop to previous games in the franchise, set within the remains of Russian civilization after a nuclear war. With the world inhabited by heavily mutated beasts, players must fight their way through the world and survive the harsh wasteland.
Metro Exodus will leverage the power of Microsoft's upcoming Xbox One X console – running at both 4K resolution, 60 frames per second (FPS) and support for high dynamic range (HDR). The game will also be receiving a Windows 10 release via the Windows Store, although "Play Anywhere" support is yet to be specified.
Microsoft has confirmed it plans to showcase more of the game over the coming week of E3 2017, as a part of its Xbox Daily show.
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Definitely getting this one if it is.