Earlier this week, 4A Games and Deep Silver launched Metro Redux, a next-gen package that adds the remastered versions of two previously released most critically acclaimed post-apocalyptic-themed first-person shooter survival horror video games to the library of the latest triple A video games, for PC and the latest consoles. Both Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light looks amazing with improved visuals on all next-gen platforms, however, the Metro: Last Night Redux 1080p video comparison shared below shows that while the game looks slightly better on the Sony’s console compared to Microsoft’s, PC takes the lead with incredible Depth of Field and Anti-Aliasing.
Metro: Last Light Redux 1080p Video Comparison Shows PlayStation 4 Version is Slightly Better Than the Xbox One version
Portraying an ugly image of a terrible post-apocalyptic future, Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light are two last-gen games that captivated a lot of audience when they were originally released in back in 2010 and 2013 respectively. Focusing on compelling storytelling and world-building through bold activity arrangements and stylishly sketched scenes showing life in disused Russian tube station, Metro games prove that 4G Games is not only a talented video game developer, but that they also rank among the most technically skilled game designers in Europe.