The Art Of Metro Exodus

The Art Of Metro Exodus
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Now that Metro Exodus is out, we can take a look behind the scenes at some of the art that went into the game’s production.

Metro Exodus: The Kotaku Review

I take my anxious first steps into a desolate post-winter wasteland. All around me, I hear mutants scratching and snarling. One sights me. Three more follow. I rise to fire my rifle. It jams. I feel frightened, vulnerable, out of sorts. But also, at home, like I’ve stumbled into a lucid dream shared by Far Cry 2, STALKER, and of course, Metro 2033.

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Below you’ll find a sample of stuff from some of the artists who worked on the game. It’s not everything from everyone, but it’s enough to give you a good sample of how the ground floor of the game’s creative vision was laid down.

You’ll find links to each artist’s portfolio in their names below.

Vlad Tkach

Rostyslav Zagornov

Anastasiia Tkach

Eugene Gottsnake

Oleksandr Pavlenko