As promised, a collection of post-apocalyptic shooter Metro Redux has reached the gaming console Nintendo Switch. The action of “Metro 2033” and “Metro: Ray of Hope” takes place in post-apocalyptic Moscow subway – it is not surprising that the trailer for the release is dedicated to the opportunity to play in the still existing underground and promises a strong effect of immersion.
Thanks to the efforts of the Studio 4A Games, for 8 months of work both games of this set have been ported and work well in 720p resolution in portable mode, and 1080p – in stationary, providing a stable 30 fps On how the developers managed to move on a rather weak system of their demanding games they said recently in an interview with Eurogamer. Collection Metro Redux is sold as a 16 GB memory card for the Switch, which includes both games and all amendments thereto, and separately – in the digital store of the Nintendo e-Shop (for 1599? each).
Shooters invites you to plunge into a post-apocalyptic world of the Moscow metro. Players have to defend your station from enemies that would threaten its existence. Collection Metro Redux tells the back story of “Metro: Exodus” – now it can be done without connecting to TV or PC.
In our review of the 2014 Metro Redux received an impressive 9 out of 10, the author called the collection a mandatory purchase for those who missed the series. The advantages were related significantly reworked Metro 2033: the unique and oppressive atmosphere of post-apocalyptic Moscow, high detail environment, the sense of survival and tweaking the game environment. Among the disadvantages are almost no changes in the “improved” Metro: Last Light, and ripped the presentation of history in both parts with an abundance of “piano in the bushes”.