Metro, the game with an incredible story.
Metro, is the game of the few with an incredible story that you really live while playing the game. It's the game made for those players who taste the game's story as much as possible.
The game starts with Metro 2033, below it`s a short background story.
In 2013, a nuclear war occurred, forcing a large amount of Moscow's surviving population to relocate to underground metro stations in search of a refuge. Eventually, communities settled in the underground train stations and developed into independent states over time. Factions emerged, ranging from the independent peacekeepers of the "Rangers of the Order," to the communist "Red Line" faction and the fascist "Fourth Reich," to the more powerful factions such as "Polis" the most knowledge of the past, and the "Hanza" regime, which controlled its main ring of metro stations by its pure economic power. As these groups began to evolve, the Red Line and the Fourth Reich quickly entered a state of war, both seeking to destroy the other. As the war raged, the stations who refused to join either side were either demolished by the factions, merged into the Hanza regime, raided by criminal bandits, or formed their own independent states. Other stations were completely destroyed by animals, mutated by the nuclear fallout. While most of the stations were controlled by the 3 main factions, some stations formed an independent alliance, including the VDNKh ("Exhibition") station. Within that station, the events of Metro 2033 unfold.
The second game is called Metro Last Light:
It is the year 2034. Beneath the ruins of post-apocalyptic Moscow the remnants of mankind are besieged by deadly threats from outside â€“ and within.
But rather than stand united, the station-cities of the Metro are locked in a struggle for the ultimate power, a doomsday device from the military vaults of D6. A civil war is stirring that could wipe humanity from the face of the earth forever. As Artyom, burdened by guilt but driven by hope, you hold the key to our survivalÂ the last light in our darkest hourâ€¦
The third game is called Metro Exodus
All this smoothly leads to the opening of Metro Exodus, which sees Artyom venture out and above ground once and for all with his merry band of Rangers.
The survivors band together and hop onboard a reinforced locomotive called Aurora, which they will use to travel across the Russian continent in search of safety, are no longer content with the remaining tunnels in the dank bitterness of Moscow's Metro tunnels.
It promises to be a multi-seasonal romp that showscases some new sides of Dmitry Glukhovsky's fleshed-out version of the post-apocalypse, complete with new environments, with a greater emphasis on exploration and a fresh chapter in Artyom's personal story. And, as we've found in our hands-on preview of the game, there are still claustrophobic scares to be found in this newly expanded world.