Metro Exodus screenshot showing a broken mask

In a bit of an unusual move, Deep Silver revealed late last year that Metro Exodus will not be releasing on February 22nd as previously announced, but rather on February 15th. A relatively small leap in the grand scheme of things, but also one that could indicate that the team is quite confident in the current state and performance of Metro Exodus.

Whatever the case may be, you might be glad to hear that the developers have now also released PC system requirements covering everything from the bare minimum to the top of the line. Here's what you can expect:

Metro Exodus detailed PC system requirements

As you can see, the jump from minimum to recommended is quite steep indeed, even when compared to other AAA games like The Division 2 and Anthem. I'm almost certain there will be ways to tweak the settings so the performance remains stable while still keeping everything looking nice and pretty, but given the recent trend it really does seem that even the previously beastly PCs will be in need of some improvements in the near future.

That aside, you can learn more about Metro Exodus, as well as follow its development moving forward, by hopping over to either Steam or the official website. And as a final note, I'll leave you with one of the trailers showcasing the type of visuals your PC will be toiling over. Enjoy!