These days, we have a tendency to romanticize the apocalypse, and this is very evident in many video games. Whether it's zombies, like Dead Rising, or a nuclear wasteland like Fallout 4, the apocalypse is strangely a place you want to visit. But, with Metro Exodus this is not the case.
Metro Exodus adopts an even darker and sandy approach to the apocalypse. The air is poison, the wildlife is mutated and the survivors are all in each other's throats. And, although previous Metro titles have explored this dark apocalypse from the ground, through the & # 39; Metro & # 39; holder, Metro Exodus brings things to the surface.
You will embark on an Exodus through the nuclear desert to find a home, but along the way you will experience the horror and supernatural rarity that the Metro series is known for.
As an added benefit, it is one of the most beautiful PC games on the market today, as long as it has the graphic power to support it.