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Post by Eorl @ 03:24pm 23/05/14 | 3 Comments
After previous rumours suggested that we may soon be seeing Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light appearing on the new-gen consoles, developer 4A Games has today officially revealed that this is indeed the case, and we can expect the two to be bundled.

Titled Metro Redux, will include both Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light, bundled in one single package. Created in-house at the Ukrainian studio by some 80 people over the course of a year, Metro Redux for Linux, Mac, PlayStation 4, SteamOS, Windows PC and Xbox One will be a "complete remaster," according to publisher Deep Silver. The PlayStation 4 version will run at 1080p/60fps while the Xbox One version will run at 900p/60fps

For Metro 2033 the title has been completely rebuilt in the engine Last Light utilises, bringing a host of improvements that affect visuals and gameplay. This includes a brand-new lighting engine and performance has also been tweaked for lower-end PC hardware. It will also borrow a few gameplay elements from Last Light, adding the option to wipe your character's mask clean of condensation or blood splatter, as well as introduce new combat improvements — like stealth takedowns — and weapon customization.

Metro Redux is expected to launch initially on Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One sometime during Winter this year, with Steam OS, Linux and Mac versions releasing later in the year. The two Metro titles will be sold individually as downloads for $24.99 each, and Deep Silver will release them bundled on disc for $49.99.






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BladeRunner
Posted 05:49pm 23/5/14
If they make a non-linear Metro, I would be all over it.
RuleofBooKz
Posted 05:54pm 23/5/14
i like the last one and would play thru the 1st again with the added improvements / engine etc. So i shall be picking this up

Hmmm "during Winter this year" - do they mean the Aust winter? And a Brisbane or a Melbourne winter?
Jboy
Posted 07:11pm 23/5/14
Metro 2033 for Linux too? Count me in. I'm glad AAA titles are finally moving to Linux.
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