The Metro Redux launch trailer is giving another look at the graphical upgrades coming to the Metro games.
4A’s Metro games have been remastered and re-released for 8th gen consoles and more powerful PCs and the trailer accompanying the launch gives a good idea of the graphical improvements to be seen.
Released under the title Metro Redux, both Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light’s single player campaigns and DLC have been bundled together and touched-up to make the best of the PS4 and Xbox One’s hardware. The original game in the series, Metro 2033, released in 2010 is now more comparable to last year’s Metro: Last Light and both versions now flaunt similar fidelity to what you can expect from a PC version.
Metro 2033 Redux and Metro: Last Light Redux are launching this week as separate digital downloads. A retail bundle of both games called Metro Redux is also available. North America received Metro Redux on 26h August while Europe will be getting it on 29th August.