TítuloMetro Exodus
BriefThe role of CGI is to boost the narrative’s creative and storytelling layers. The films taps into a number of genre tropes, including jumping between different worlds, moving across time and space. From an arid desert, we move to ice-bound Moscow, from pitch-black tunnels we jump to Volga underwater, from a dark basement to a vibrantly-colored meadow. These transitions make up one of the most powerful and intense elements of the Metro: Exodus cinematic. The Metro franchise is heavy on narrative content, so we also wanted the trailer to tell an intriguing and consistent story. We also sought a way to communicate to the audience not only how rich the in-game universe is, but also what the meaning behind the player’s journey will be. The solution was suggested to us by the fantastical nature of the Metro universe. Production-wise, the trailer was developed wholly in-house: from drafting the screenplay, through asset creation, stunt performance capture, animation, scene rendering, all the way up to sound design.
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Campaña Artyom’s Nightmare
Anunciante Metro Exodus
Marca Metro Exodus
Fecha de primera difusión/publicación
Sector Empresarial Consolas de videojuegos
Sinopsis From the claustrophobic tunnels of the Moscow underground, through a frozen city, to a radioactive desert – Platige Image's trailer for the video game Metro Exodus takes viewers on a wondrous journey through post-nuclear Russia. Aiming to be more than an overview of the upcoming attractions, the short film functions as a self-contained story that introduces the viewers to a rich science fantasy universe. 
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