The Game Awards develops within the Microsoft Theater in L . a . tomorrow, December 7. We know already PUBG’s desert map gameplay will debut for the event—and from now on seems like we’ll see more from 4A Games’ Metro Exodus too.
That’s in line with long-serving show presenter Geoff Keighley, who the other day promised a “brand new look” on the incoming FPS using the following tweet.
We do not have much to be beyond that for now, which is why Let me point you towards Sam’s E3 interview with 4A’s executive producer Jon Bloch and co-founder Andriy “Prof” Prokhorov. Due next year, Exodus marks the Metro series’ first venture above ground, also it incorporates sandbox elements and mechanics in the act.
Here’s Block on the game’s interpretation of your open-world:
It’s combining the classic Metro gameplay which everybody is needed to from previous games where it’s that linear form of gameplay. The level we show inside the trailer is later in the technology race as well as being one of our non-linear levels.
We’re repeating this mix of classic gameplay which new non-linear style therefore we were going to maintain what our fans expect, what they’ve got known, as well as what they’re utilized to and love, while also introducing something more challenging that is certainly blending of what we’ve done over the last two games and plus whatever the core team at 4A Games has been doing in past times while using Stalker games.
We’re not entirely open-world, then, it’s more sandbox survival and things are all tied along with an overarching storyline that still carries you through. They’re still think that they’re playing a Metro game.
Metro Exodus is with out a concrete launch date, but is due at some stage next year.