While Metro: Exodus will feature large sandbox-style environments, the third entry in the post-apocalyptic shooter series isn't an open world game. However, the bigger environments do seem to have influenced the mechanics.
Metro: Exodus, the sequel to first-person shooter Metro: Last Light, takes players across the nuclear wasteland. Here's everything we know so far, from the story and setting to its emphasis on open-world gameplay.
4A Games' third installment in the Metro series finally gave fans a few minutes of gameplay footage during E3 2017. We watched a player move through an abandoned tunnel and hitch a ride on a train while fending off mutants.