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Metro Redux Lands on the Nintendo Switch in February

The Metro Redux double pack, including ultimate versions of Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light, is heading to the Switch next month.

In the wake of devastating nuclear war, what might be the last bastion of human civilisation resides in the underground rail tunnels beneath Moscow. A deeply atmospheric single-player experience, the Metro series paints a grim world of violence and survival in the post-apocalypse.

Coming to the Nintendo Switch on February 28th, the Metro Redux pack includes the first two games in the acclaimed horror-shooter series; and while it would be nice to also have 2019’s Metro Exodus available on the go, this is still excellent news.

All of the previous Metro: Last Light DLC is also included, offering an extra 10 hours of bonus content. Those who buy a boxed physical copy will get both games and all DLC on a single 16GB cart with no additional downloads required. Metro 2033 Redux and Metro: Last Light Redux will also be available to buy individually from the Nintendo eShop.

Check out the Metro Redux announcement trailer below, or head over to the game’s official website for more information.

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