Yes, there is even more content available for those who can’t get enough of the Metro universe. The Nintendo website states that the Metro Redux bundle adds roughly ten more hours to the single player experience in both titles by way of DLC. If you find you enjoy shooting your way through a nuclear wasteland, just know there’s more in store if you choose to partake.
Collectibles and achievements/trophies further add to the replayability of both Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light. If you dare to go the completionist route — a.k.a. doing all the things — you could find yourself spending almost 23 hours with Metro 2033 Redux and 26 hours with Metro: Last Light Redux. That adds up to around 49 hours of total playtime. That’s fairly substantial.
As we mentioned earlier, Metro Redux is getting a Nintendo Switch release on Feb. 28, 2020. There’s no word yet on whether or not 2019’s Metro Exodus will also come to Switch. If we hear something, we’ll let you know.