Both Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light will be bundled together in a "director's cut" called Metro Redux. Redux is currently in development for the PC, Mac, Linux, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One platforms and is targeting a Summer 2014 release.

Metro 2033 has reportedly been rebuilt using the engine used for Last Light. That means it has all-new lighting and should perform a lot better on lower spec PC hardware. It also includes some gameplay mechanics from Last Light such as wiping clear your vision, stealth takedowns, and weapon customizations. In addition, the cinematics for Metro 2033 have been redone and are now shown in a first-person perspective.

Metro 2033's environments will also be upgraded. Many sport visual improvements such as day and night cycles. In addition, some areas are now connected, such as Dead City, which used to be broken up into two levels.

Even Last Light will get some improvements. There will be a few minor graphical tweaks and you will now be able to check your watch and inventory without hassle. There will be two difficulties: Survival and Spartan. Survival is closer to the original Metro 2033 style with limited supplies and ammunition, while Spartan is more action focused.

However, even with all of these improvements, the developers did share some bad news for console gamers. The developer said that the game will run at 60 frames per second on both console offerings. However, while the PlayStation 4 version will run at 1080p, the Xbox One version will run at 900p.

(via Polygon)