Metro Exodus Enhanced Edition is free for existing owners but needs some serious hardware to run

Metro Exodus, the semi-open world romp through post-apocalyptic Russia that both suffers and benefits from leaving the horror-filled tunnels of the Moscow Metro behind, is a couple of years old now. If you missed it the first time around, or if you’ve picked up a beefy new video card since then and want to put it through its paces, the upcoming Metro Exodus PC Enhanced Edition might be just the thing.

The Enhanced Edition features a “fully ray traced lighting pipeline” that adds a range of optimizations, upgrades, and new features to the game’s already-impressive visuals, 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.” It’s such an extensive overhaul that developer 4A Games said it has to be released as an entirely separate game—existing copies cannot be patched over.

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