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Metro Redux dated


Metro Redux will be available in Europe on August 29.

The Xbox One, PS4 and PC re-release will run at 1080p on PS4 and 900p on Xbox One at 60 frames per second.



Metro Redux is said to be a "true director's cut" that re-engineers both Metro 2033 and Metro Last Light for modern hardware." This means improved visuals, new gameplay elements and all of the original DLC.

Are you interested in Metro Redux?

Edited On 25 Jun, 2014

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jay.hamilton's avatar
jay.hamilton 2 years ago
I actually am , belter of a price for both games on a retail disk including dlc, I only ever played last light so glad I get to play the first one after the upgrade
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Loli-Nox-Tan 2 years ago
The Xbox One, PS4 and PC re-release will run at 1080p on PS4 and 900p on Xbox One at 60 frames per second, & will be able to run at 4k 120fps+ on PC
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da_kerr 2 years ago
Both are brilliant. I have Metro 2033 on PC and 360 and Last Light on PS3. Whilst the atmosphere is often oppressive and claustrophobic, that's actually one of the great achievements, it recreates the atmosphere of the novel beautifully. It's not your standard FPS fare, you have to be cautious and conserve ammunition, running into a situation gets you killed more often than not. It's challenging, but not frustrating, and for anyone who hasn't yet indulged, this really is an absolute bargain.
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Beazi 2 years ago
Really excited by this game, I wish that Metro 2033 released on the PS3 but it will be good when I can play both of them from one disc. I had a little go on Metro Last Light and found it a very good game, shame I havent continued on it.
Old Timer's avatar
Old Timer 2 years ago
Not something I'd buy again but highly recommend it to anyone who missed them first time around, especially the first game, started off a little slow but once into it I thought it was fantastic, top story, great atmosphere with gameplay to match, not one for the COD crowd though, it wasn't your typical FPS run and gun game.
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Zombieflamingo 2 years ago
I have both on the PC so no real need to get them again though pretty good price for anyone that missed them first time round.
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LFC Bywater 2 years ago
I couldn't get on with the first one when i played, but loved the second. would be interested in picking this up.
Beazi's avatar
Beazi 2 years ago
I think the thing which was scratching at me with Last Light was I didn't know the story not having played the original... With this package you get both games solving this issue
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Zombieflamingo 2 years ago
There are two different endings for the first one though. One that involves a lot of effort having to make sure to do loads of little things on the way and one for just finishing it. The actual ending is just the one for finishing the game which saves some confusion as I can't imagine many people would have gotten the other one.
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da_kerr 2 years ago
I think most players got the standard ending, and it definitely left the story in a better place to get a sequel (imho). Obviously don't want to post any spoilers, but I think the finale you get for 2033 depends on what kind of gamer you are :)
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Mlle Nightingale 2 years ago
I’m definitely interested. I love me some post-apocalyptic science fiction. Both games have been on my ‘to play’ list for a long time now, but I’ve convinced myself that I simply MUST read the novel before I get round to it. And my ‘to read’ list is pretty long right now, too… I’m certain I’ll be picking up Metro Redux though. £28.96 for both games (including DLC) on the latest consoles seems like a fantastic price.
da_kerr's avatar
da_kerr 2 years ago
The novel is brilliant. The atmosphere is so heavy and oppressive and the main character, Artyom, is someone you can't help but get behind. I would definitely recommend reading the book first, as the game does cover many of the main story points.
Mlle Nightingale's avatar
Mlle Nightingale 2 years ago
This post has definitely inspired me to intensify my search for the novel (I usually only purchase books from charity shops). I love reading and I’m that kind of person that always endeavours to read the books before seeing the movies/TV shows, or in this case playing the game. :3 I won’t be the owner of a PS4 until closer to the end of this year, anyways.
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da_kerr 2 years ago
Having just looked on eBay, I can't believe how expensive the book is second hand :S Reading the book first is always the way to go, that way your mental imagery isn't coloured by the film/show/game. Though I do have to say, in the case of Metro 2033, their take on it was eerily close to how I'd imagined it :)

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