The PEGI ratings system recently listed Metro Redux for Switch on its website. Redux is a compilation containing both Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light, originally released for consoles and PC in 2014.
On other platforms the Redux versions contain numerous enhancements, including improved visuals, AI, controls, animation and more.
Those who favoured the more survival-horror oriented gameplay of Metro 2033 can play both campaigns in the ‘Survival’ Play-Style, while those who enjoyed the more action-oriented gameplay of Last Light can try the ‘Spartan’ Play-Style.
Metro author Dmitry Glukhovsky recently revealed plans are in place for a new entry in 4A Games’ post-apocalyptic FPS series.
“The Metro gaming series will be continued,” the novelist said in an Instagram post. “Working on the story.”
The first entry in the Metro game franchise, 2010’s Metro 2033, was based on Glukhovsky’s book of the same name. The author also contributed to 2013 sequel Metro: Last Light and the most recent release, February 2019’s Metro Exodus.
In May, THQ Nordic called Metro Exodus “the largest game launch so far in the history of the group”, noting that it had “performed in line with management’s expectations and has recouped all investments in development and marketing”.
It also revealed that it had signed a new development agreement with Metro studio 4A Games for an upcoming, “still undisclosed AAA-project”.