4A Games' post-apocalyptic shooter Metro Redux is coming to the Nintendo Switch while Blue Manchu's Void Bastards is being released on PlayStation 4.
Two new ratings have been published by the Pan European Game Information (PEGI) review board on Tuesday, 01 January 2020. According to the ratings, Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 owners are getting one new game each.
The two new titles are 4A Games' Metro Redux and Blue Manchu's Void Bastards. The former is being ported to Nintendo Switch while the latter is coming to PlayStation 4. Unfortunately, the rating does not mention release date but both should arrive to the respective consoles sometime in the near future.
If you're unfamiliar with these games, Metro Redux is 2015's ultimate double game collection, a re-release that includes the definitive versions of both Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light, each rebuilt in the improved version of the 4A Engine for next-gen consoles and PC. So yeah, that's basically two, full-fledged games for Nintendo Switch users.
Void Bastards, on the other hand, is also a shooter but a strategic, rogue-like one. It's an Indie title created by two developers who worked on the iconic shooter BioShock, which is why the game is inspired by 2K Games' series. Void Bastards was published through the digital storefront Humble Bundle in May 2019 so it's a fairly new game.
Void Bastards is available now for Steam and Xbox One while Metro Redux is available for PlayStation 4, Steam, and Xbox One. You can find both ratings on PEGI official website by using the search bar.