Metro Redux: what's changed for the new versions?

Find out how many improvements went into Metro 2033 and Last Light.


One of Deep Silver's most impressive games for the summer/fall season will no doubt be Metro Redux, which brings together the cult classic Metro 2033 and its follow-up, Last Light, into one complete package for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. Today, developer 4A Games released a new video explaining all the changes that went into the game to make it the best yet on these platforms.

As you can see, the major difference lies with the new 4A Engine, which allows the visuals to look even better than ever before. And considering how atmospheric both 2033 and Last Light were in previous releases, that's really going to say a lot.

In addition, new games modes and additional content will also be included in the package, as detailed in the video above. There's a lot to look forward to with this one.

Metro Redux will release on August 26th for $49.99.

Robert Workman was previously a games journalist creating content at Shacknews.

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