Metro Exodus: Messy, Familiar and Very FunTime: Feb. 21, 2019 From: SCDKey
I must say that Metro Exodus Epic Key is one of the most interesting games I've played in recent years. This is not my favorite game of all time, but it is far from being the worst, and if its reach is beyond its control, it obviously contains something big.
They are certainly a subway game, and by "of course", I mean they are extremely boring. The opening of Exodus will take you to the underground tunnels of Moscow to hunt enemies and avoid persecutors. They are shooting in the dark in a kind of big and important mission, which leads to the understanding that there is life outside of Moscow.
There is nothing in Metro Exodus Epic Key that you do not find in the vast majority of post-apocalyptic fictions. This particular universe is a nuclear wasteland marked by radiation, which fills this world with fears and popular ideas that existed in science fiction even before nuclear weapons were invented.
The first "open world" segment that the game offers you, of which there are some, is a dark gray desert that is strange and does not make much sense of the narrative. The flow of the game at this point, which continues along, is that the player named Artyom and his group of Special Forces Special Forces members must board a train called Aurora and travel through the Russian countryside, look for a place He was not affected by the nuclear war of the past.