The Metro games have hours-long demos on PS4, Xbox One

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4A Games has rolled out demos for the revamped Redux releases of Metro 2033 and Last Light on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, each offering “about one-third of the total game.” For free.

The trial for Metro 2033 Redux covers the first eight chapters, up to Dead City. Metro: Last Light Redux‘s sampling spans nine chapters, up to Theatre. Should you want to continue the adventure from there, the demos can be upgraded to full versions ($24.99 each) with your progress retained.

4A CEO Dean Sharpe says the move was inspired by the shareware days of Doom. Gotta say, that’s a real good time and place to draw from. The industry could use more of that attitude.

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