All Metro Exodus moves from Steam to the Epic Store There is a scandal enough for me to not support Games 4A, so I've been waiting out of the stories and let the news authors of Jak and Derek's games cover all of her. But then it broke this news on the weekend and it's the only news to write at this moment, so here we're not going.
Games 4A have a full bag moving Metro Exodus soon from the Steam store to the new Epic Store where they will make more money per sales, which is great for them, but it's A super-dick move towards Valve that has been marketing Metro Exodus for what's happening like years now. Anyway, now the Metro developer throws a shadow in the PC game market that threatens if Metro Exodus was bombing on the computer, we probably would not see Metro titles in the A future on the computer as the developer would appear shocking.
How did this happen? One of the 4A Games developers posted on Russian & GAMEINATOR Board & # 39; where he was in touch Metro Exodus review bomb on Steam make the developer hurt it trying to make a great game. Yeah, okay. The developer pushed a narrative if Metro Exodus was bombing to sell on the computer because of the bombing of these reviews on Steam, future Metro games (if any) are likely to not reach the PC.
The developer said:
I watch bullying. Prints are twofold. On the one hand, the removal from Steam is ambiguous, so no-one has done so suddenly (as far as I can say). This is new, which could cause refusal. Yes, and such a move removes the need to install the Epic launcher, which could cause some inconvenience to the players, and thus cause dissatisfaction.
On the other hand, rarely is the response to a specific category of players. It seems that people did not want to play, but waiting for a reason to pour out their space. That is, it seems that we (the developers) for years have been hard and painful, with losses, trying to do something special, but a specific category of players believe that our work is not worthwhile a few minutes old to install the launcher. Naturally, it's their life and right, but then what do they care for Metro? Obviously, it is not interesting to them. I can only say that they were not in our players either, they are not interested in our work, which, for example, means that the opinions of such people are not interesting to me either. What is the point for me personally (and not just) to listen to their views?
But! Consider the situation deeper. Someone say that if they break out Exodus and the previous games in the series, it will make the world better, they will give them fun developers in place. To this end, I can answer that in a pinch, if all PC players are announcing a boycott from Metro Exodus, then the next Metro, if it happens, will definitely not be on the PC . Better or worse, decide for yourself. I personally feel sorry for the faithful supporters, yes. But my assessment of the work done personally by myself and my friends and colleagues will not change this. I certainly know that almost all those who hit this dirt on the net are also incapable of some of what we did and hope to do more. And that does not have an idea what they are talking about.
And further. Despite the fact that I go through every level of each game, hell knows many times, it's interesting for me to play Metro. I went through the previous sections altogether and more than once, and now I go through the entire PC version, we make the final touches. For me, this is already a tradition, I always re-play the game completely before it's released. It enables you to evaluate the work done. What is it for me? I can remember the words of the Teacher, which I have heard more than once, both of myself and on the Internet – the game must be done for myself , as you like it first. And now I'm just starting to understand this in full – no clever man can shake me for the value of the work we have done. And he will always be dissatisfied.
Metro Exodus is launching on February 15 on Xbox One and PC and the only reason I will buy is technologically benchmarked, I'm not really eager to prove everything at all – and I think that's I'm going to grow over the next two weeks. Games 4A need to come out and tackle this in a quiet way, or the whole PC game community will burst.