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The launch trailer for Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light’s paired, next-gen re-release as Metro Redux offers another look at the two games’ notably improved graphics and detail.

Redux ropes together both Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light’s single-player campaigns, plus DLC, all with the sort of graphical improvements made possible through the PS4 and Xbox One’s hardware. This puts 2010’s 2033 on par with last year’s Last Light, and both versions now rocking the sort of visual fidelity on consoles as they could on PC.

Metro Redux launches today in North America, August 29 in Europe.

Metro Redux launch trailer shows graphically improved Russian ruins, monsters

By | 08/26/2014 04:30 PM PT

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The launch trailer for Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light’s paired, next-gen re-release as Metro Redux offers another look at the two games’ notably improved graphics and detail.

Redux ropes together both Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light’s single-player campaigns, plus DLC, all with the sort of graphical improvements made possible through the PS4 and Xbox One’s hardware. This puts 2010’s 2033 on par with last year’s Last Light, and both versions now rocking the sort of visual fidelity on consoles as they could on PC.

Metro Redux launches today in North America, August 29 in Europe.

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