Metro Redux is headed to the Nintendo Switch

Joanna Estrada
January 17, 2020

Immerse yourself in the post-apocalyptic world of the Moscow metro as you, Artyom, fight to save your besieged home station from all that would threaten it. Experience the events that came before Metro Exodus and experience the epic story on Switch for the first time. Metro Redux, which contains the definitive editions of Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Night.

Deep Silver has announced Metro Redux for Nintendo Switch.

The official game summary states: "The year is 2033".

The Metro series, which is inspired by the novel series by Dmitry Glukhovsky, covers Artyom's journeys through the metro and the people he meets along the way.

Redux, which debuted in 2014, functions as something of a do-over for 4A's earliest Metro games.

In the Switch version, you'll be able to choose between two playstyles: spartan and survival, and you'll face some of the same challenges: mutated beasts, zombie-like humans and a ceaseless nuclear winter.

Beyond the trailer, we've also got some screenshots taken from both games running on Nintendo Switch.

As you might imagine, 4A's video game adaptations lean heavily on the gunplay, but there's considerably more to admire than mere mutant-felling shooting action. Its complimentary goodies include two pin badges, a game case sleeve, double-sided box art, four double-sided art cards, and an A2 double-sided poster with designs from both 2033 and Last Light. For physical editions, there is no extra download required.

It will be released digitally and physically on February 28.

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