Metro Exodus Game PC & Case Mod is built by Bill Owen of Mnpctech. He describes his goal to create a PC that reflects the world of the Metro Exodus Game.
"4A Game’s development team in Ukraine and Malta has given me a lot of inspiration. I’ve also imagined myself in the game scavenging for parts to create my own field equipment for survival. If you haven’t noticed in the Game Trailers already, a Steam powered locomotive plays a large role in the game and since there’s no electrical power sources in this world, I’ve imagined a PC that us independently powered by small single piston steam engine, …INSIDE the PC!"
The exterior of the Metro Exodus Gaming PC utilizes authentic Russian Industrial era controls, switches, lights, labels and gauges. Everything has been aged and weathered to give the PC case a “look and feel” of being discovered in an abandon factory in Russia! The Nvidia RTX 2080Ti video card is seen in the side window of the Corsair 570x that was one of many case mods made by Bill Owen at Mnpctech.
Bill called upon my good friend Anatoly aka Dazmode from Russia to help me properly label everything. The interior is illuminated by a vintage work light fixture you would find near an abandon factory.
The world of the METRO games has always been a harsh place. You can’t be lugging around a PC case with tempered Glass panels. I’ve outfitted the Corsair 570x case with an armored exterior. I’ve also modified the 570x to feature Nvidia’s RTX 2080Ti GPU as a focal point, right above the panel air vents. The RGB fans had to go too, but I left one RGB light over the CPU for those of you who can’t live without your RGB. I also illuminated the right side panel is emblazed with the Metro Exodus logo, so everyone knows you’re a fan of this game and others in the Metro game world.
The Metro Exodus game releases February 15th, 2019.
On 1/29/19 Deep Silver moved the game from Steam to EPIC GAMES for $10 less cost.
"Heads up, I've made a decision to no longer reveal the more complex workings or F/X behind my commissioned builds. I've seen far too many Youtube channels, Creators, and manufacturers capitalize on my ideas and my mod zoo staff and never credit these sources. Unfortunately Youtube has created a platform where some people are clawing for attention at any cost. I will still create easy and simple guides for fun, but I will NEVER again share inner workings of my commissioned builds and innovations on Youtube. I'm sure you can understand this."