Metro 2033: Redux is effectively a bundle that pairs the remastered version of the inaugural title in the Metro franchise, Metro 2033, with the second entry, Metro: Last Light. The discounted collection also includes all of the post-release DLC and other content for both games.
Based on the novels penned by Dmitry Glukhovsky, this bleak, single-player FPS has players exploring irradiated ruins and dark tunnels with equipment that could hardly be called reliable. The enemies you encounter can range from the post-apocalyptic to the paranormal, and while games like Fallout might take a decidedly tongue-in-cheek approach to the end of the world, the world of Metro is brutal, horrifying, and unforgiving.
The gameplay of the Metro franchise funnels you down a narrative path, but will often present you with optional quests and choices that can impact the player down the line. While it isn’t open-world, you’ll occasionally revisit familiar places giving you the opportunity to trade and upgrade your gear. However, in an interesting wrinkle, bullets also serve as the player’s currency, forcing you to make some difficult decisions about how you want to approach certain foes.