The full experience has been ray-traced with incredible illumination across the landscapes in the game, with enhanced shadows as well. The game will also run at a rock-solid 4K 60 FPS as well. DualSense support and 3D Audio will also be available. This version of the game will also come with both pieces of DLC. The first gameplay from this version has also been revealed, which you can see below.
To get a better idea of what you can expect from this version of the game, see our full rundown of the upgrades with this version of the game here.
Overall, this sounds like an impressive upgrade and to see what we thought of Metro Exodus back at launch read our review.
Metro Exodus Complete Edition releases for PS5 on June 18, 2021, with the game available on PS4 now and playable on PS5 via backwards compatibility.