Metro Exodus’ next expansion is seemingly a survival sandbox experience

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Having hit the shelves on February 15th, 2019, the journey of our characters from Metro Exodus has officially begun to conclude almost exactly a year after the game’s official release. Now, prepare for the biggest adventure yet as it seems the next expansion will be a sand-box type experience.

Standing atop a shrine of its own, Metro Exodus remains one oft he most beloved titles of its kind in recent years. It’s a well-designed story, offering one of the most riveting and visually stunning experiences the franchise has had yet to offer. The big takeaway here? It’s becoming more and more likely that this could very well be a sand-box experience and that fans will be exploring the world of Metro as they guide Sam home back to the states.

The expansion is set to release on February 11th, 2020, for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Google Stadia. A standalone price has not been revealed for Metro Exodus‘ 2nd DLC, but will be available as part of the season pass for $24.99. As it does seem this will be the final DLC, it is worth noting that the story itself will be the final package and will see players guide Sam from the Metro tunnels in Aurora towards “Vladivostok’s tsunami-ravaged harbors, damaged buildings, and crumbling districts”.

The expansion will require players to explore deadly surroundings where unimaginable horrors call the land home. As the expansion does sound absolutely massive, it does seem that 4A Games and Deep Silver are aiming this to be a massive sand-box style experience.

At this time, however, there isn’t a trailer, a price, or really much else to go on besides the fact it will take place after the events of the base game and “The Two Colonels” expansion. You can check the expansions out via the expansion pass today and on February 11th, 2020. There is an official landing site for Sam’s Story you can visit today.


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