Répondant aux plaintes des joueurs au sujet du prix des deux Metro Redux. 4A Games annonce que c’est déjà bien gentil de leur part d’offrir une réduction de 50% aux possesseurs des jeux originaux vu le travail abattu pour plus qu’un simple remake. Ils ne pouvaient pas en faire un gros patch sans laisser tomber la compatibilité des systèmes 32bits. Un test étant prévu, vous saurez s’ils méritent l’argent déboursé.
For sure, Metro 2033 Redux is a far more significant upgrade over the original than Metro: Last Light Redux (and we’re not trying to pretend otherwise).
We think the 50% discount is more than fair for the amount of work that has gone into this title. It is a complete remake of the original game in the latest engine, that will offer a significantly different experience from the original throughout with improved graphics, performance and gameplay.
Metro: Last Light Redux, we will readily admit, does not represent as significant a change over the original. So why the same 50% discount and not more? Why not just patch the game?
The latter proved to be impossible for a technical reason. Because of the changes to the engine, which necessitated dropping 32-bit support; we literally could not ‘patch’ the game.
In fact, both Redux games will exist as new titles in your Steam libraries, and the originals will still be there.
So why ‘only’ a 50% discount, the same as 2033?
We felt that because the Redux version also included the DLC in addition to the new game mode and enhancements, that was also a fair price.