Yesterday, Microsoft released the full details of their upcoming Metro: Redux. For your information guys, Metro Redux is a collection of both Metro Last Light and Metro 2033.
Even if both games have been released in the last-gen consoles and PC, there are some fascinating info about the achievements, and the required memory space to install both Metro Last Light and Metro 2033. This is quite surprising, but neither of the game is that large, actually. The memory space you need to install Metro Last Light is only 9.2GB, and 7.85GB for Metro 2033.
If you will try to compare it to other releases for the next generation hardware, these games will occupy nothing, practically. Xbox One?s Titan Fall, arguably the most popular game to date comes in at 17.34GB. Oh, and that is merely the initial game?s size. No DLC map packs included.
Most games are much larger in file size, with Assassin?s Creed IV: Black Flag eating 20.81GB disk space of your hard drive, and Battlefield 4 costing a whopping 34.62GB memory space.
Because of this, gamers will not have to worry much about their hard drive?s available memory space, which is bound to make the game an even more irresistible purchase.
When it comes to popularity, the Metro series has never really gone mainstream. But the 4A Games (Metro?s developer) promised that the forthcoming Metro: Redux is going to have an improved gameplay and powerful visuals to compete with other FPS games that are already available.
Because of the latest iteration of the 4A Engine, the first game of the Metro series, 2033 is gonna get a heavy makeup and will feature an all-new lighting engine. Both Metro 2033 and Metro Last Light will be running at 60fps on Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
The Metro: Redux will be released on August 29, this year for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.
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