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Metro Exodus Side Quest Guide

Metro Exodus Side Quest Guide
While not totally obvious, Metro Exodus features a number of rewarding side quests you can complete. This Metro Exodus Side Quest Guide will tell you where you can find each of the different side quests we’ve discovered, how you can solve them and who you can help on the Aurora.

Side quests are typically passive in Metro Exodus. This means, instead of simply speaking to someone to get a side quest, you usually get them from being in proximity to someone when they discuss their problems. These are usually found when hanging around your allies on the Aurora.

Metro Exodus Side Quest Guide

Finding The Guitar
Finding The Teddy Bear
Plane Cache
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