The games will be repackaged as the previously-outed Metro: Redux, featuring 60fps, revamped weather and lighting effects, enhanced particle effects, advanced AI, and much more.
There’s no word yet on whether it will be rendered in 1080p, however.
Last Light includes all content released under the game’s Season Pass, adding some 10 additional hours of single-player content. There’s also two unique play styles to choose from, allowing gamers to tackle the critically-acclaimed titles as they see fit.
This includes the Survival option, which offers a more traditional survival horror gameplay experience. On the other side of the coin, the more action-oriented Spartan mode is up for grabs for a faster, more combat-focused romp.
Ranger Mode is also available for both 2033 and Last Light, and offers the most challenging take on 4A Games’ Metro titles by removing the HUD and applying hardcore rules.
Both games will be available separately for PS4 at $24.99/£15.99 or packaged together under the Metro: Redux moniker for $49.99/£34.99.
Keep an eye out for more information on Metro 2033 Redux and Metro: Last Light Redux as we get it.
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