Highly anticipated: We still have about a half a year's wait until Metro Exodus — the next chapter in Artyom Chyornyj post-apocolytic adventure — hits stores. In the meantime, Deep Silver has graced us with another trailer, opened pre-orders, and announced a "limited edition" for author Dmitry Glukhovsky's renown video game adaption.
Metro Exodus producer Deep Silver and its developer 4A Games dropped a new trailer for the game today. The surprise teaser came with the announcement of a limited edition bundle as well as some pre-order bonuses.
They are calling it the “Aurora Limited Edition,” and as the name suggests they are planning on only releasing a limited number to select retailers.
The bundle includes:
- An exclusive SteelBook version of the game
- 32-page art book
- Metro Exodus Expansion Pass
- A metal collectors case depicting The Aurora steam engine seen in the trailer
Deep Silver did not reveal pricing for the limited edition, but usually, such packages run between $80-120 depending on how much junk comes with it. If you’re not into collector's items then the Standard Edition for $60 or the Gold Edition at $85, which includes the Expansion Pass are options as well.
Those wishing to pre-order the game will receive special bonuses. Xbox One pre-orders will get a digital download code for Metro 2033 Redux. PlayStation 4 owners will receive a PS4 dynamic dashboard theme (Gold Edition orders also get an extra theme and the original soundtrack for the game). Those pre-ordering on PC will get the original soundtrack plus a digital artbook.
Deep Silver and 4A have not revealed what to expect in the Expansion Pass yet. According to Gematsu, developers intend “to commence work on additional single-player content as soon as the game has gone ‘Gold’ and will continue to support the title with updates and free downlodable [sic] content.”