Several gaming sites recently got a hands-on peak at Metro Exodus's open world gameplay, and their videos are just now going up. As many mention, every video contains sequences of the same developer-provided clips, but the takeways of each site are unique. PCGamesN's footage includes an interview with Dmitry Glukhovsky, the man behind the original Metro novels, who notes that the series doesn't portray a "Merry Apocalypse." Meanwhile, GamesRadar's take was one of the more straightforward videos I found. Check it out here. Metro Exodus has desert driving, nightmare spiders, and a serious lack of ammo. This gameplay preview will give you a flavour of what the game and how we think it's shaping up before it's released next month. Personally, I tend to agree with GamesRadar's sentiment. I don't enjoy heavy-handed survival elements getting in the way of story driven or faster paced gameplay, but I also know plenty of players who will love the challenge it adds.