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Metro Redux

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.

Metro Redux

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. 

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