Metro Exodus Update Adds Additional Photo Mode Options, Gameplay Improvements
Metro Exodus has officially released, and like most new games, it includes a day one patch. Compared to the controversies surrounding the latest title from Deep Silver, the update includes tons of great improvements to the title that were missed on final cut.
Some of these changes include additional photo mode options, general bug fixes, and many other positive tweaks to Metro Exodus as a whole. The team at Deep Silver also had additional tweaks that were specific to certain platforms, like adaptive controller support for Xbox One or motion blur options for the PC.
Check out all the details on the update for Metro Exodus via the game’s website:
ALL PLATFORM UPDATES:
- Added more filters for Photo Mode
- General bug fixes
- General performance optimisations
- General balance improvements
- General polish improvements
- Improved VO and subtitles timing in all languages
CONSOLE SPECIFIC UPDATES:
- Further performance and memory optimisation
- Tuned motion blur effects
- Tuned horizontal rotation speed / acceleration on thumbsticks
XBOX SPECIFIC UPDATES :
- Added Dolby Atmos Support for Xbox One X
- Added custom Xbox Adaptive Controller support and improved UI layout
PC SPECIFIC UPDATES:
- Tuned HDR saturation
- RTX Improvements / Bug Fixing
- Added DLSS Support
- Additional HUD removal options (coming soon to console) when playing in Ranger Mode
- Added Motion Blur options (coming soon to console)
ADDITIONAL PC FIXES SINCE REVIEW CODE WAS SENT:
- Fixed Locking of player input after scene of rescuing Yermak
- Removed v-sync option from benchmark launcher
- Tuning and fixes for Atmos audio system
- Fixed memory corruption in DX12
- Fixed crash on launching game on old AMD CPUs
- Fixed crash after changing of resolution and Shading Rate to 4k/4x on Video cards with 2Gb and less
- Fixed blurred UI when DLSS is enabled
- Fixed visual artifacts for RTX high mode
- Fixed input lock in when patching gas mask during combat
- Fixed forcing to V-Sync on after alt-tabbing the game running at maximal available resolution for the monitor
- Fixed crash when pressing ALT + Tab during start videos
- Fixed forcing of V-SYNC mode if the game resolution is different than the desktop
- DLSS can be applied in the Benchmark
- Tuned DLSS sharpness to improve image quality
- Updated learned data for DLSS to improve image quality with DLSS on
For those who may have not been paying attention to the game and are just learning about it now, below is a brief description of the title via the Epic Game Store:
Metro Exodus is an epic, story-driven first person shooter from 4A Games that blends deadly combat and stealth with exploration and survival horror in one of the most immersive game worlds ever created. Flee the shattered ruins of dead Moscow and embark on an epic, continent-spanning journey across post-apocalyptic Russia in the greatest Metro adventure yet. Explore the Russian wilderness in vast, non-linear levels and follow a thrilling story-line inspired by the novels of Dmitry Glukhovsky that spans an entire year through spring, summer and autumn to the depths of nuclear winter.
Metro Exodus is out now for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
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