The Metro: Redux collection, consisting of two earlier parts of the shooter series, is already available for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. According to a new leak, a switch port should now also be added in the foreseeable future.
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Thanks to porting, several previous success titles have meanwhile made the jump to the popular Nintendo console Switch. The squad is likely to grow by another representative in the short to medium term, because it seems that Metro: Redux will also be released for the Nintendo console.
Metro: Redux is the HD reissue of the two previous post-apocalyptic shooters Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light, released in 2014. Both action games are based on the Metro books by Dmitry Glukhovsky and have quite good reviews. With Metro: Redux, the first parts of the game series were polished up and released for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. The latest part of the series is Metro Exodus, which was only released in February 2019; another sequel is also in the works.
Where does the assumption of a new switch port come from? Quite simply: The European PEGI has already given a switch version of Metro: Redux an age rating and made it public. It is almost certain that the implementation will come, but there has not yet been a release date due to a lack of official announcement.
By the way: A second new game version was also leaked by PEGI. The Void Bastards, previously released for PC and Xbox One, a strategic mix of rogue-like and first-person shooter in space, which is inspired by BioShock or System Shock 2, should now make the leap to the PS4.