Metro: Exodus is getting a Photo Mode
Metro: Exodus is coming soon for all available platforms when it comes out. 4A Games and Deep Silver are going to let players capture all fo their tense and action-filled moments forever with the separate gameplay mode. This particular feature is something gamers and fans of the franchise have wanted for some time. As a first-person shooter, it’s kind of rare to see this kind of gameplay element, but if the fans want it, 4A and Deep Silver are sure to provide.
The Metro series has been known for dark and dreary locales filled to bursting with desperation, radiation and conflict. So gamers will want to document this strife in extreme detail, which this mode will let them do in spades. And with the launch of Exodus, the graphical powerhouse that is the Metro franchise will get even prettier, as the newest title will include support for the new Nvidia Ray Tracing tech.
The game is also being offered in multiple special editions. There’s the Spartan Collector’s Edition for the upcoming Metro Exodus. This is a super limited-print edition, with only 4,000 in total being produced. Because of this, it has a really premium price tag of $149.99 plus shipping cost. If you want to get the bundle with the Aurora Limited Edition, which comes with a Steelbook, an artbook, and the game’s expansion pass, included instead of just the base game, the bundle’s initial price before shipping will rise to $234.99.
According to the developers, the game will take advantage of the Nvidia Ansel capture software to allow this new mode to function. Here’s the official description:
“Photo Mode has been one of the most requested features from the Metro community,’ commented Jon Bloch, executive producer at 4A Games. ‘They’re relatively rare in first-person shooters, but the team have been determined to make it work and give Metro fans the opportunity to capture their own stories from the Russian wastelands.”
Metro Exodus is due to launch on February 15, 2019 for Xbox One, PS4, and PC.
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