Metro Exodus PC Enhanced Edition Coming May 6, Requires Ray Tracing GPU

Metro Exodus is getting a big upgrade aimed at pushing your gaming PC to its limit. The Metro Exodus PC Enhanced Edition is coming May 6 and will be free to anyone who owns the original release across Steam, the Epic Games Store, Good Old Games, and the Microsoft Store.

According to the announcement through the official site, this version of the game will offer advanced ray tracing reflections and support for DLSS2.0 on Nvidia hardware. In fact, the announcement notes that this update will require a ray tracing capable GPU as a minimum spec. That means that currently, only players with an RTX 20/30 series or AMD 6000 series GPUs will even be able to run it.

An attached FAQ puts a fine point on it, stating that you cannot run it with ray tracing turned off. It will only be available on PCs, so it’s not coming to Mac, Linux, or the streaming services Stadia or Luna. It also notes that it doesn’t plan to add AMD Super Resolution, and it isn’t planning to go back and add ray tracing to Metro Redux.

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