February 22nd is still a ways off, but now you can make sure you secure your copy of Metro Exodus well in advance. That is right. The pre-orders for the game have gone up and 4A Games is ready for you to throw down your cash and prove to Deep Silver that the game will bring the money back in. Not that anyone had much of a worry about that just yet. We just needed a fancier way of saying that the pre-orders are out there for Metro Exodus and that there will be a few different options for said pre-order. Not to mention the specifics for the platform you aim to play it on. Each of the PS4, Xbox One, and PC will have their own little bonuses to pick up alongside the game. No matter the price point you select when doing so.
As for the editions of Metro Exodus we will have, there will be a Digital Gold Edition that will give you the game and the Expansion Pass for future content that they will pump out there. Currently, that will set you back $84.99 USD. Then you have the Aurora Limited Edition that will bring you the same things but also house a nice little Steelbook cover and a physical Art Book for the game. Currently, it is not out there for pre-order in the US, but it looks like it will be around $99.99 USD when it is. At least if my conversions are correct. I have a feeling we will not need to wait too long to see that version of Metro Exodus pop up on the NA region store sites.
When it comes to the pre-order bonuses for Metro Exodus, it looks like no matter the base game to the Aurora Edition will score you a copy of Metro 2033 Redux on the Xbox One. For the PS4 gamers out there you will be getting two dynamic themes and a copy of the Original Sound Track. PC gamers will be getting the same Sound Track and a Digital Artbook as well. Seems a bit odd to offer that up twice for the PC gamers of Metro Exodus if they go the Aurora path, but it is what it is. Have a better look at it all just below and then get ready to head out and pre-order. Or wait if you are looking to get that limited edition bundle and are not in the EU region.
Metro Exodus — Aurora Limited Edition
Metro Exodus Digital Gold Edition ($84.99)
Metro Exodus Aurora Limited Edition (~$99.99)
Do any of these bundles catch your eye for Metro Exodus or will you be holding off to choose closer to launch? Does it make sense to have the difference in price as it is for what we will be getting or does it all make sense to you in the long run? How do you feel about the PC version getting the Artbook no matter which version they go with or will it be odd to "double dip" if you go with the limited edition? Let us have all of those thoughts and feelings down in the comments and discuss as always. We know there will be more to show for Metro Exodus next week, so be sure to keep checking back in for all of that as we move onward toward the game's official release.