As he began to do a few days ago, Geoff Keighley unveils some of the games that will be present on the night of Thursday to Friday at the Game Awards 2017 ceremony. Today, it is through his Twitter account that he confirms that we will hear about again from Metro Exodus which made an impression when it was announced at last E3.

The teaser released for the occasion does not allow us to learn much more, but it’s a safe bet that a new sequence of high-flying gameplay is in the game. This video will be a good opportunity for fans to learn a bit more about the title which follows the events of Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light.

As a reminder, the title seems to combine all the strong elements of the two previous opuses by inviting us to evolve in more open levels in order to be able to approach each challenge in different ways.

Thursday night, don’t miss a brand new look at Metro Exodus during #TheGameAwards @MetroVideoGame

— Geoff Keighley (@geoffkeighley) December 5, 2017

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