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There are five different difficulty settings.
Reader – the easiest game mode, with weaker enemies and plenty of resources; this mode is largely intended for players who mainly want to experience the story without much challenge
Easy – this mode has slightly more difficult combat
Normal – the basic, medium difficulty modes tries to find a balance
Hardcore – combat is more difficult and resources are scarce
Ranger Hardcore – enemies are stronger and smarter, resources are very scarce, weapons degrade faster, and parts of the HUD have been removed, including the targeting reticule
Some fans of the previous games feel the Hardcore setting is the best difficulty setting to restore the tension of previous games in the series.
The Metro video games are based on a series of novels written by Russian author Dmitry Glukhovsky. These novels are Metro 2033 (on which the first game was based), Metro 2034, and Metro 2035. Copies of the books can be seen in various spots in the game world.
At one point, the Admiral responds to a character apologizing by saying “Don’t be sorry, be better.” Due to the timing of the game’s release, it’s possible that this line is intended as a nod to God of War (2018), in which Kratos says the same line.
The mutants known as the Dark Ones were the major antagonists of Metro 2033, and they also returned in Last Light. While they do not play a role in the story of Metro Exodus, a couple Dark Ones can be seen observing you. There is also a hallucination of a Dark One if you smoke a hookah pipe at the Caspian Sea.
There is a tribute to the 9/11 attacks in the map archives areas. In the section for 2001, the September spot has a plane in the slot, referencing September 11, 2001. Some players found this to be in poor taste, while others feel it was meant as a memorial for the people who died.
There are 13 suit upgrades and tools you can find for Artyom. Not only will they help you, but once you have them all, you’ll unlock the “Dressed for Success” trophy/achievement.
Compass – The compass points toward your next objective, helpful if you aren’t sure where to go.
Extended Filter – This gas mask filter makes your gas masks last longer.
Ammo Pouches – These let you carry more ammo.
Throwing Weapons Harness – This lets you carry more throwable weapons, such as knives, grenades, and Molotov cocktails.
Battery Charge Controller – This extends your battery life.
Reinforced Helmet – This lets you take more headshot damage without dying.
Metal Detector – Equipping this makes it easier to find resources.
Night Vision Goggles – These let you use night vision. Note that there is a key in the same areas as the Ammo Pouches that will give you access to the night vision goggles early.
Motion Scanner – Equipping this detects motion nearby.
Extra Bright Flashlight – This light is brighter and lights up a larger area, but it also consumes batteries faster.
Armored Glass – This gas mask upgrade makes your mask more durable, so it cracks less often.
Consumables Carrier – This lets you carry more consumable items, such as air filters and med kits.
NVD Amplifier – This upgrade for your night vision goggles improves your night vision to make it easier to see with.
Most of these upgrades can be found in multiple locations, but if you’re having trouble finding any of them, the video guide below can help you locate them.
There are 92 total collectibles scattered throughout the world: 71 diary pages and 21 post cards. The “diary page” collectible category also includes notes. Keep in mind that the game only lists 70 diary pages as a goal, but when you actually view them, there are 71.
If you’re having trouble finding all of the diary pages and post cards, use the video guide below for help.
Side quest opportunities aren’t marked on your HUD. Instead, you’ll want to talk to characters whenever possible, and if they mention something that involves a side quest, the area will be marked on your map.
Completing side quests is important, because you’ll get additional resources, weapons, and tools.
Monsters do not drop anything, so fighting them will result in a net loss. Avoid enemies whenever you can, using stealth and caution.
Human enemies, however, can drop ammo and other resources. Make sure you loot any dead bodies.
Not all humans are hostile. Sneak up on them and listen in on their conversation to help determine if you’ll be safe approaching them or not.
Human enemies are more common during the day, and can be more easily defeated at night. However, at night you’ll run into monsters and mutants. Keep track of the day/night cycle and use it to your advantage.
Search for items and resources everywhere, especially if you encounter a new building or vehicle. Exploration is important.
Gather the glowing mushrooms whenever you see them, because they’ll be useful in crafting.
You don’t want to be constantly switching your weapon for a new one you find. Instead, customize your preferred weapons and dismantle new weapons you find for their parts.
Attachments, on the other hand, should be switched frequently depending on the situation you’re going into.
If you’ve found the compass, it will always point toward your next objective.
Clean your weapons often, but keep an eye on your material supplies. The materials used for cleaning are also used to craft health items.
Charge your flashlight and night vision goggles regularly, especially if you’re planning to use them soon. Don’t wait until the last minute.
Equip your gas mask whenever you hear the Geiger counter crackling, and make sure to replace the filter if you hear a warning beep.