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  1. i loved Metro 2033 & Last Light, but so far Exodus is a big disappointment it's just not finished, they needed atleast 3 months more for polishing the game, the animations are even worse then they were in Last Light, and yeah let's not talk about the cringy dialouge.

  2. SPOILERS

    I haven’t gotten too far into the game but the first thing I notice in my first hours of playing was the sub that Sam is trying to use to get back to the US is US 2036 which could indicate the next setting

  3. I have always thought some of the bad voice acting made the Metro games for me. It kind of ads to the story for me, like people are not really sure of themselves. The first one I ever played was Last Light, I only had a PS3 and at that time 2033 was an Xbox thing. The Metro games are very under rated and people do not know what they are missing.

  4. The only reason I watched the video was to see if the horrific game design choices were mentioned. Dont get me wrong, while I love the Metro series and have been playing since day one, aside from the shoddy voice acting, it has the worst controls of any AAA game. Sam's story is riddled with head scratching design choices where death is around every corner with no idea how you got there. Some fans will appreciate not having their hands held but I just cant get over some of these choices and it ruins what is otherwise a beautifully detailed dystopian world.
    The last DLC for Exodus was lazy and cheap. Here you have a game about an open world and yet, you're placed right back in tunnels or underground. Sam's story is the DLC we should've got twice. Most speculated DLC would surround another member on the train.
    Fact is, Exodus didn't have the sales numbers 4A envisioned and DLC will suffer every time because of it. Exploration and story wise, Sam's story is a 10/10 all day and to me, feels slightly better than the base game in some areas. However, the controls and game design choices are what's holding 4A back from achieving those grand sales numbers they envision.
    I can see how this game would make most rage quit and I consider myself a Metro vet.

  5. Just finished it was amazing! Was a little sad that I finshed it so quick! But then when you think about it 8 hours for a dlc is pretty good especially when you can finish alot of full priced games in that time ammount of time.

  6. The ray tracing in this game is beautiful. And the DLSS and ray tracing tech has really improved in quality and performance since release. Can totally max out everything at 1080p DLSS at a locked 60 fps. Goes between 60-75 with g-sync on. That's with 2070 Super and Ryzen 7 3700x. I'm loving the story and evolution of the gameplay so far. Still, wish they'd voice Artyom in game. Been wanting that since the first game, 2033. Loved the series since that first came out and hell, back then that game used to max my PC out too. Always good looking games

  7. The fact that I could play ahem
    A U.S. Marine

    Who’s been trapped in the Moscow Metro for 20 years

    Who’s escaped on a train

    Who can sit on a bench in Vladivostok

    And play Dixie on a harmonica

    In a Russian/Ukrainian game

    Blew my f**king mind

  8. Honestly I liked the two colonels dlc better. While this place looks beautiful, it is quite restrictive and has invisible walls littered everywhere. It took away from exodus’s seemingly limitless areas and the story was really subpar. Not enough character development and both endings were inconclusive. In contrast, two colonels tells a brilliant story of morality and the struggle between duty and family. It’s really hard hitting and the ending nearly was really emotional.

  9. The dlc left me disappointed as I tried to explore everything and so I accidentally finished it early and when I tried to explore I would find an invisible wall or a bunch of the water weeds (i don’t know the name) which annoyed me every time and even when I was going towards a question mark

  10. Amazing game , amazing dramatic story , the entire metro exodus with it's dlcs is ahead of it's time. Revolutionary graphics, movie like dramatic story that can make you cry πŸ˜₯, very sad music, and spooky especially in the bunkers , I really hope the metro series won't stop here.

  11. For those who have trouble in RANGER MODE at clearing sniper building due to enemy shotgun one shot from 100 meters away and shitty checkpoint.
    I have 2 important tips for you.
    .
    1. Relocation
    After kill one dont stand there. Move and flanking. Shoot or throw knife from thier back. Dont wait and confront around the corner. One mistake and you start over.
    .
    2. Use Throwing Knife or fire ammo.
    If no where to run and have to confront face to face use fire ammo. One shot those cheater back.

    Things i which i knew.
    – there are no more checkpont until last enemy.
    – there are around 20 enemies in total.

    – in 20 or more attempts, i never survive any shot. One shot in your toe nail… you start all over from the ship.
    – once you open the door to the biulding you cant come back. Loot all before going in.

  12. This DLC was very poorly optimized. Many narrow corridors were hard to navigate because of awkward terrain and frame rate drops. Guns sometimes freeze the screen while shooting or don't emit sound. There's a part where you have to arm mines and the prompts wouldn't come up and I got stuck… And the pop in is terrible. Coupled with the awkward pause when characters finish talking to one another makes it a drag a times. "Hey, how are you?"…. "I'm doing well, you?"…. "Fine, thank you." They take a second too long to respond to each other and it breaks immersion alot. It's weird bcuz this dialogue issue was a problem in the main game but was fixed after a patch and now it's back… A little disappointed I'm playing it months later and still these problems haven't been addressed. 6/10 so far…

  13. The sound issues must have been fixed. I played this in August of 2020, and it was flawless. I had to do a second play-through of the main campaign after finishing Sam's story. I played exodus via Xbox game pass on PC. I was happy to buy the expansion to delve into Sam. I would love to explore a game about Sam in America, but I also know that isn't the focus of this series.

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