Publisher Deep Silver and developer 4A Games today revealed that Metro Exodus: Enhanced Edition is on its way to PC. Targeting high-end hardware, it introduces new features that take advantage of the latest GPUs while improving upon the already impressive visuals in the game's original version.
Metro Exodus: Enhanced Edition is scheduled to launch this Spring as a separate product. It will be available for free to all who own a copy of the base game on Steam, the Epic Games Store, and Gog.com.
"We have built an all-new Fully Ray Traced Lighting Pipeline that brings a number of optimizations, upgrades, and new features to the Ray Traced Global Illumination and Emissive Lighting that we pioneered with the original release of Metro Exodus, as well as an upgraded implementation of our powerful Temporal Reconstruction technology to further boost resolution, visual detail and performance," reads the Steam post announcing the Enhanced Edition.
"The PC Enhanced Edition will offer additional Ray Tracing features, including Advanced Ray Traced Reflections and support for DLSS 2.0 on NVIDIA hardware, which offers sharper image details and increased framerates and display resolutions."
You won't be able to run Metro Exodus: Enhanced Edition without a ray tracing-capable graphics card, but that's largely the idea behind it. Those lucky enough to have purchased one of the newer AMD and Nvidia GPUs will get to see post-apocalyptic Russia in a new light.
The Mac version of Metro Exodus is also making its way to the Apple Store, Steam, and Epic Games Store this March. The Linux version will then launch on Steam "a little later in the year."
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