Instead of presenting small scenes and limited dialogue as many trials offer, 4A Games released demos for Metro Redux, each one nine chapters long with several hours of gameplay. 4A Games has also given the option to purchase either of the titles when their demos are completed, allowing gamers to continue the story without being disturbed.
Metro 2033 was released in 2010 with the sequel Metro: Last Light following in 2013. Last year, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC owners were able to get their hands on Metro Redux, a package with both Metro titles in an impressive 1080p and 60 fps. Metro 2033 Redux and Metro: Last Light Redux can each be purchased for $24.99 or $49.99 for both.
I love this! Instead of an appetizer, 4A Games offers us a big portion of the meal for free. Let’s hope that other developers take notice to this practice.
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