Metro Redux is Completely Different from Older Metro Games

Metro Redux is a Post-Apocalyptic First Person Shooter, and is a two-part remake of Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light for the Current-Gen consoles and PC. It is being developed by 4A Games and published by Deep Sliver.

The new Redux version of Metro: 2033 and Metro: Last Light has been greatly improved in every aspect. One very noticeable difference is in the visual enhancements. Metro Redux provides lot more vibrant, brighter and crisper version of the games.

In an interview with Eurogamer, the Global Brand Manager for Deep Silver, Huw Beynon explained that the original developers of the Metro series worked on the remake and we are simply providing a “director’s cut”.

4A Studios announced that the game will run at 60fps and the PlayStation 4 will run the game at 1080p while the Xbox One will run the game at 900p.

Metro Old

Metro New

The developers of the game were very happy with the console version of the game as they thought that Metro Redux will run at 30fps due to it being “a very CPU-heavy game” but instead they were able to run it at 60fps without facing any frame rate issues.

Beynon also said that they will try to improve the Xbox One version of Metro Redux, “At the moment we’re at 900p – that might change. I say might, I don’t know at the moment, we’ve still a got a few months to go.”

The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of Metro Redux will be using the textures of the PC version of the game which is a big upgrade from the old PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions, and these new texture will greatly enhance the overall graphics of th game.

Metro Redux is a must buy for the fans of the series when the game comes out this Summer on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.