With a world ravaged by nuclear war and cities irradiated, Metro: Exodus brings home the perfect post-apocalyptic claustrophobic world. This first-person-shooter (FPS) video game gives a new meaning to a relentless mode called survival. Succeeding the popular Metro: Last Light, this Metro franchise game brings a lot to the table.
The absolutely brilliant about this game is that apart from the erratic gunfights and the apocalyptic setting, it brings a new meaning to the word Hope.
As they say, To Live Without Hope Is to Cease to Live.
As you help Artyom to make his way through the frozen landscape of Russia, we have decided to scout the Internet to find quality wallpapers of Metro: Exodus both in HD and 4K.
Here are a few of the best ones. Let's take a look.
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1. A Dystopian Future
Perhaps the best thing about this FPS game is that you have to take in so many factors. Thankfully, over time, they become a part of you so much so that you do not realize that you are doing it.
Case in point: Replacing the filters of your gas mask periodically, lighting the lighter while making your way through forests, or wiping the glass of the mask.
Unlike its predecessor, this FPS game takes its players to the surface, a welcome break from the dark underground tunnels. So from the dried out Caspian sea and snow-blanketed sprawls of empty land to the mighty Volga and the lush-green Taiga, you get to see plenty of landscape and seasonal shifts.
And the best thing is that you can explore all these stunning landscapes on your own. Lighter in hand and the full sky above, this game is capable of transforming you to an alternate (or dystopian) future.
Love game quotes? If yes, you'll fall in this one. Notice the tiny gunman on the letter M? Someone rightly said little details do matter. On second thoughts, the combination of blue and purple does look amazing, right?
Did you know that Artyom, the chosen one, was born after the nuclear bombing and was raised in an underground station, named Timiryazevskaya? In all the Metro games, Artyom is often heard quoting the Bible, an ode to his bookish and philosophical side.
Relieve the adrenaline rush of messy gunfights, shooting away giant spiders or running away from a pack of ferocious wolves while slowly rejoicing the fact that you just came out alive after wiping out mutant spiders!
The Aurora takes on numerous forms during its journey that started with the first Metro game. While it took its birth as a single engine-only vehicle, the Aurora also sees several parts being added over the different iterations and levels. It even attaches a handsome snowplow towards the end. Cool, right?