Metro Exodus, the upcoming installment in the post-apocalyptic Metro series, will have a functional photo mode on launch day, developer 4A Games confirmed today. Publisher Deep Silver confirmed today that the highly-requested will be a part of the game when it launches next month.
Upon launch, Metro Exodus’ photo mode will be available on both console and PC. Additionally, PC players can also make use of Nvidia Ansel to improve the results.
“Photo Mode has been one of the most requested features from the Metro community,” says Jon Bloch, executive producer at 4A Games. “They’re relatively rare in first-person shooters, but the team have been determined to make it work and give Metro fans the opportunity to capture their own stories from the Russian wastelands.”
Metro Exodus is the third installment in the series, and follows the events of Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light. Set in the year 2036, the game takes players through a post-apocalyptic Moscow. The small number of survivors reside in the metro tunnels beneath the city.
Metro Exodus was originally scheduled for release on February 22nd 2019, but the developers moved up the date. 4A Games and Deep Silver also unveiled the the official title sequence last month.
Metro Exodus launches on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on February 15th 2019. Last month, pre-orders for the game went live and Metro Exodus joined Xbox One’s gold lineup. Deep Silver currently offers four editions of the Metro Exodus: Standard Physical, Standard Digital, Gold Digital, and Aurora Limited Edition.