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Metro Redux

Metro Redux, featuring Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light, are out now on Switch. Take a look at the official launch trailer below.

Ahead of its release on Friday, new footage has emerged showing Metro Redux on Switch. Footage of both Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light can be found below.

Publisher Deep Silver and developer 4A Games published a new batch of screenshots for the Switch version of Metro Redux. Find the images below.

Metro Redux launches physically and digitally for Switch on February 28.

In just a couple of weeks, Switch will be receiving a pair of first-person shooters in the form of Metro Redux. Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light will both be delivered to the platform.

Ahead of their releases, Digital Foundry has examined the ports in greater detail. We have a summary of the notable tidbits below.

A substantial pre-order bonus has been revealed for Metro Redux on Switch. By reserving the game, players will receive access to the Ranger Cache Pre-order Pack.

The pack comes with a host of physical goodies. It includes a double sided alternate inlay, game case sleeve, pin badge set, double sided art cards, and one A2 double-sided poster.

You can pre-order Metro Redux for Switch on GameStop. It’s also up on Amazon without the bonus, so it’s unclear if this will be a GameStop-exclusive. 

Thanks to Jake for the tip.

Deep Silver and 4A Games today announced Metro Redux, a package containing Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light. Retailers previously leaked the collection.

Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light will have their two campaigns as well as all DLC. The game will be offered physically and contains all content on a 16GB cartridge with no download needed.

Here’s the full announcement for Metro Redux, along with a trailer:

One of the earliest announcements made for Wii U was Metro: Last Light. That release ended up being cancelled in the end, but the first-person shooter IP may now finally be making an appearance on Nintendo’s console with Metro Redux for Switch.

Metro Redux was first rumored for the Big N’s platform after a listing popped up on a Portuguese retailer website. Then more significantly, the European ratings board PEGI just added in a rating yesterday. Those two pages combined all but suggest that an announcement is imminent. 

Metro Redux bundles together Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light. There were technical and gameplay improvements, including enhanced animations. It’s unclear what exactly we can expect from the Switch version, though we’ve included some additional information and a trailer below.