Metro Exodus

4A Games have released a new but small PC hotfix patch update for its horror survival game Metro Exodus. The latest patch update released on June 19 brings some minor fixes to a number issues which players were experiencing. According to the patch notes, the latest June 19th patch update for the Metro Exodus fixes the freezing issues that players were experienced when alt+tabbing. In addition, the latest patch also adds a fix to the not saving game settings for some players.

As always, the latest patch update for the Metro Exodus will be downloaded when the next time you launch the Epic Games Store client. You can find the full Metro Exodus June 19 patch update below.

Metro Exodus June 19 Patch Update

  • The following fixes have now been deployed:
    • Fixes with freezing on alt+tab
    • Troubles with not saving game settings for some players

To recall, 4A Games and publisher Deep Silver last month announced new Metro Exodus Expansion Pass that will bring two new DLC content featuring brand-new stories and new characters. Starting with the first one called The Two Colonels and it will arrive this summer 2019. The second DLC called Sam’s Story will arrive sometime early next year in 2020.

The Metro Exodus Expansion Pass is not free and will cost players $7.99 individually or together in the $25 and it can be purchased from the Epic Games Store or the Steam online store.