Steve Allison is the head of Epic Games Store. He suddenly announced that Metro Exodus on Epic Games Store sold twice and a half compared to Metro Last Light sold on Steam.

After the blockbuster game Metro Exodus released on Epic Games Store platform instead of Steam as previously expected, it created a wave of boycott of this series of Deep Silver games. The idea of ​​no one buying Metro Exodus anymore, however in a presentation at the 2019 Game Developers Conference, Steve Allison – the head of Epic Games Store suddenly announced that Metro Exodus on Epic Games Store was sold. twice as much as Metro Last Light sold on Steam.

In addition to showing off the sales of Metro Exodus, Epic Games Store head also claimed that Deep Silver publisher benefited more than the release of Metro Exodus on Steam. Epic Games Store only took 12% of the revenue from the Deep Silver game release instead of the first 10% of the $ 10 million revenue as Steam’s policy.

The message Epic Games wants the whole game industry to realize is that the game developer can earn a lot of money from the Epic Games Store game release, even when the fans express their anger when surprised. not released on Steam anymore. It is also possible that Metro Exodus is a high quality blockbuster game, so Metro Exodus’s sales are also very high, even if it does not receive support from the gaming community after the Epic release decision on Games Store.

It is known that the first time introduced in E3 2017, Metro: Exodus has brought gamers back to Moscow city after nuclear war, with modified radioactive monsters, and an extremely spectacular world spectacular.

Still based on episode 3 of the famous novel by Dmitry Glukhovsky, Metro: Exodus promises to continue to take you on the journey of the main character Artyom. Artyom’s mission this time will be to lead a group of people looking for new lands in the East, where nuclear war is not as devastating as fictional Russia in the game.