A brand new Xbox One X bundle was announced today that offers the complete Metro trilogy including Metro 2033, Metro: Last Light, and Metro Exodus. Alongside the bundle news, a brand new trailer for Metro Exodus also dropped today that offers a bit more backstory on Anna, the wife of protagonist Artyom.
Metro Exodus Bundle Announced for Xbox One X
If you’re unfamiliar with Artyom, the new Xbox One X bundle looks to acclimate newcomers to the franchise by offering Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light alongside Metro Exodus. With the Metro games being known for their impressive graphics and in-depth storytelling, it’s fitting they’d be paired with a powerful console like the Xbox One X.
Not only can you get the full Metro trilogy in the bundle, but a 1TB Xbox One X console as well. At a price point of $499.99, the new Metro Exodus bundle for Xbox One X is a hell of a steal. If you’re weighing the pros and cons of buying the bundle and playing through the entire Metro collection from start to finish, you may want to know how long it’ll take you to complete each game.
On average, it takes gamers around 9 hours to beat Metro 2033 and 10 hours to beat Metro: Last Light. Going off an interview quote from producer John Bloch, “Metro Exodus’ script is larger than both 2033’s and Last Light’s combined.” With this in mind, it could take 20 hours or more to complete Metro Exodus.
Personally, we feel dedicating that amount of time to the Metro games is well worth it considering the memorable story content and atmosphere offered by each title. Plus, by playing through the games in order, you get proper continuity with Metro Exodus serving as a direct sequel to Metro 2033.
If you’re interested, you can pre-order the Metro Exodus bundle for Xbox One X before the game’s release on February 15. Alongside Xbox One, Metro Exodus will also be available on PlayStation 4 and PC. While we wait for the game’s release, what do you think about the new Metro Exodus bundle for Xbox One X? Do you think the $499.99 price tag is a fair offer for an Xbox One X and all three Metro games? Let us know down in the comments below!