Metro 2033 Redux To Be Released On Linux
Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Gaming on 22 May 2014 at 08:42 PM EDT. 25 Comments
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4A Games and Deep Silver are bringing remastered versions of the Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light games out... While Metro: Last Light is already out for Linux gamers, this "redux" version will be the first release of Metro 2033 on Linux.

Metro 2033 Redux and Metro: Last Light Redux will bring next-gen visuals, new/improved content, utilize the latest 4A Engine, enhances game-play, and has other improvements. The redux versions of these games aren't free upgrades for current Metro gamers.

The redux versions of these games will be released this summer for Windows, PlayStation, and Xbox One. Linux and SteamOS versions of these updated games are also expected for release this year. More details can be found via the official Metro Redux announcement.

Metro 2033 is a survival horror FPS game released in 2010 that didn't see a Linux/SteamOS release. Metro: Last Light is the sequel and was released just last year as a single-player FPS game with "survival horror and steal" components to the game. Metro: Last Light was released late last year for Linux gamers.

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