Whether you've got a PS5 or Xbox Series X/S, there's never been a better time to play Metro Exodus.
After launching on PC last month, Metro Exodus Enhanced Edition is now available on next-gen consoles. And the best part is, if you already own the game on PS4 or Xbox One, you get a free update.
Made to fully embrace the power of the next generation, Metro Exodus Enhanced Edition features fully tracked lighting, reduced load times and 4K textures. It also targets 60fps, achieving this while outputting at 4K resolution on the PS5 and Xbox Series X, and 1080p on the Xbox Series S, albeit through the use of a temporal upscaler. The cherry on top is a FOV slider. Needless to say, the game never looked or played better on console.Read also
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PS5 owners also get more next-gen benefits, including DualSense and Activity Card support. Anyone who's played Metro Exodus Enhanced Edition on PC with a DualSense controller will already know what to expect, but at a basic level, each weapon has its own unique feel when you pull the trigger.
Having seen the game in action on PS5 and Xbox Series X prior to launch, we can confirm that it's visually a huge step up from what was released on PS4 and Xbox One. The environments are so much more detailed and natural they are now literally dripping with atmosphere. The implementation of global lighting with ray tracing and emissive lighting techniques means that light realistically reflects off surfaces, giving each scene much more depth.
The console version of Metro Exodus Enhanced Edition is still overshadowed by its PC counterpart, however. For starters, ray tracing reflections are not available on console and there are fewer ray tracing rays than if you are playing at maximum settings on PC. Still, it's to be expected after all, you can take PC settings to extreme levels.