Metro Redux

Metro Redux

2014

System
PlayStation 4
Publisher
Deep Silver
Developer
4A Games

8.1

Game Rating

User Ratings: 11

Our Review: 8/10

Metro Redux News

June2015

  • News Try Metro: Redux Before You Buy on PS4

    Off the rails

    You won't even need a ticket to take a tour of 4A Games' post-apocalyptic PlayStation 4 compilation Metro: Redux, as the developer has deployed two hearty demos on the PlayStation Store today. Available in North America and Europe, the generous downloads will enable you to play the first nine chapters of Metro 2033 and Metro: Last...

April2015

December2014

  • News Far Cry 4 and Freedom Wars Scale Final EU Christmas Sale

    And that's the end of that

    Like the big box perched under your Christmas tree, Sony's big 12 Deals of Christmas initiative promised so much – only to serve up a slew of, frankly, underwhelming offers. The platform holder has put the lid on things today, announcing that for the next 48 hours, Far Cry 4 will be available for as low as £39.99 on...

September2014

  • Video Watch As We Recap August's Best PlayStation Games

    Another port, another GotM award

    Two PS3 to PS4 ports in just as many months, and both of them win our Game of the Month award. That's right, Push Square's staff are secretly trying to rile you up to the point where you think we're all either evil port pushers or sickening indie apologists. Is it working yet? If not, take a look at our typically...

  • Game of the Month August 2014 - Metro Redux

    Tunnel of love

    It's Game of the Month time once again here at Push Square, and what a busy month for games it was in August. We reviewed 27 titles in total, but PlayStation 4 port naysayers probably won't be happy with the winner of our prestigious award. Back in July, we crowned The Last of Us Remastered as the best release of the Summer month, and...

August2014

May2014

  • News How Does Metro: Redux Look in 1080p on the PlayStation 4?

    Still depressing

    Deep Silver has deployed the first gameplay footage of first-person re-release Metro: Redux running in 1080p at 60 frames-per-second on the PlayStation 4. The compilation – which was teased earlier in the week – will include enhanced versions of last year’s Metro: Last Light, as well as ex-Xbox 360 console exclusive

  • News Metro: Redux Will Make the Apocalypse Magnificent on PS4

    Re-release to run at 60 frames-per-second

    Dust, dirt, and menacing mutants may be the order of the day in 4A Games’ post-apocalyptic PlayStation 4 re-release Metro: Redux, but the Ukrainian studio is still aiming to dish up something delicious courtesy of the power of Sony’s next-gen super machine. As part of its preparations for E3, the firm...