Metro Exodus shows up on Microsoft Store for Windows 10, launching June 9

4A Games' post-apocalyptic shooter Metro Exodus may be shedding its Epic Games Store exclusivity on PC soon, at least according to a new listing that has gone up on the Microsoft Store.

The discovered store page (via WalkingCat) clearly states this is the Windows version and interestingly, lists a June 9 release date, the same date as Microsoft's E3 presentation. As such, this may be one of the games included in Microsoft's upcoming Xbox Game Pass for Windows 10, giving gamers another method of acquiring the title.

Deep Silver - Metro Exodus publisher - was listed in the original announcement as one of the companies Microsoft is working with to bring over their games to the PC dedicated service, so this isn't that much of a leap.

However, those wanting Metro Exodus to return to Steam following its controversial departure may still have to wait quite a while. The original exclusivity plans had Steam receiving the game after February 14, 2020, and it's unlikely this new supposed partnership with Microsoft will change that.

We should learn more about Metro Exodus' new PC plans and the Xbox Game Pass for PC on Microsoft's Xbox E3 briefing on June 9.

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