Written by: Sebastian Guadalupe (M.S) | 01/30/19
Dmitry Glukhovsky commented on what happened to Metro Exodus and criticized Steam
In perhaps the louder move that Metro Exodus could create, Epic Games now has the title exclusivity. The answer was not positive, and many complained that the move would only take place one month after it was launched. After a few days of this situation, even the franchise maker decided to intervene. Well, the intervention could be a very strong word.
In the post of Instagram, Dmitry Glukhovsky put the picture of the train and said "obviously the steam." [Steam] It was not enough for our steam train! "It may look like a critique, but in the comments it came out to neutralize comments on the subject. For example, the first thing he said was," It's not me! I write stories, I do not make business decisions. "However, later he said," What's the problem with buying Epica? "
Glukhovsky has a significant role in the franchise Metro, since he has created it. The bookwriter of Metro 2033 later turned into 4A Games and greatly assisted his direct collaboration with Glukhovsky. Dmitry then returned to cooperate with the Last Light, and he also appeared to be the main Excerptor of Exodus. Glukhovsky, as an advocate of video game art, has previously criticized Witcher for overthrowing the media.
Metro Exodus will be launched for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Epic Games Store on PC.