Things are looking pretty grim and desolate for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, and now it seems that a nuclear apocalypse is coming for them too.
Well kind of.
Today 4A Games and Deep Silver have announced that Metro: 2033, and Metro: Last Light will be coming to next generation platforms.
Metro: Redux will be a remastered version of both games. Players will be able to purchase Metro: 2033 Redux and Metro: Last Light Redux separately via digital download, or be able to purchase both in a physical release at a discounted price.
The game has additional animations and features, such as being able to check you watch and inventory, as requested by fans. It will also feature all the DLC from both games bringing an extra 10 hours of content to the games.
Also, the game will allow the player to choose what kind of play style the game will adapt to. There's the regular "Survival" style which is more of a slower burn with smarter A.I and limited resources where stealth is more encouraged. In the "Spartan" style, player will have more resources, and will make their character more resistant to enemy attacks.
Both Metro: 2033 and Metro: Last Light are based on the novel Metro: 2033 by Russian author Dimtry Glukhovsky.
Metro: Redux will be released later this summer for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.