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Metro Exodus: The Two Colonels

Deep Silver, 4A Games
Aug 20, 2019 - PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5
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OpenCritic Rating

72

Top Critic Average

33%

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Destructoid
7 / 10
Windows Central
5 / 5
Push Square
5 / 10
Atomix
82 / 100
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6 / 10
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7 / 10
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Critic Reviews for Metro Exodus: The Two Colonels

Metro Exodus: The Two Colonels is light on action and heavy on narrative, but will please dedicated Metro fans with its gripping, even unnerving, lore. While its smart story succeeds in engaging the player dramatically, the lack of extended gameplay sequences may leave some feeling like they're watching an interactive movie, rather than playing a new chapter of an action-adventure title. A short journey, yes, but still a trip worth taking.

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Unless you aren't a fan of Metro's original gameplay formula, you should absolutely pick yourself up this DLC.

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Metro Exodus: The Two Colonels is adequate in every sense of the word - it doesn't do anything impressively well nor insultingly bad. It's just okay, and while that might be enough to convince fans of the series to take a short trip underground, it's something that anyone else can safely skip.

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The Two Colonels is the perfect excuse to return to the wonderful world of Metro Exodus. Great expansion for one of the best games of this year.

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The Two Colonels is a solid piece of storytelling, but entirely forgettable in all other ways.

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While the exploration and brief bursts of combat in The Two Colonels DLC could be expanded upon, Colonel Khlebnikov's character development makes Artyom seem dull by comparison

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