Metro Exodus screenshot of a broken, bloody gas mask

As you might guess from the name alone, Metro Exodus will be trading the shattered ruins of Moscow for a more visually interesting and continent-spanning journey. Along the way you can expect to see a variety of human factions, some of which appear to be straight up insane, as well as numerous new weapons, monsters to use said weapons against, and naturally, a whole ton of atmosphere-focused horror to stew in.

You can get a good glimpse at what all of this looks like in-game through the recently posted E3 trailer. Have a gander, it's quite an interesting video, even though it does start off a bit slow and brooding:

Metro Exodus will be coming to PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on February 22nd, 2019. You can learn more about it, as well as keep up to date with its development, over at the official website.