[UPDATE] Following the publication of this story, Metro developer 4A Games confirmed Metro Redux through a statement on the game's website. You can read the message in full below.
"Metro Redux. You may have heard of it... even though you probably shouldn't have! We could issue a 'We do not comment on rumour and speculation' statement and pretend this never happened. They're pretty boring to read. They're also pretty boring to write.
So we're going to comment on rumour and speculation instead.
Is Metro Redux real? Yes. We never made any secret of 4A's desire to bring Metro to the latest generation of console hardware. But what you saw leaked was taken from an old, internal planning presentation, containing some nuggets of truth but a lot of hypothetical ideas and place holder material.
(Eagle eyed fans will recognize the artwork on the 'packshot' as the art from the original Russian edition of the Metro 2033 novel. And that 'logo' is just the old Metro 2033 logo with the '2033' scrubbed out and 'Redux' added... )
As you can see, we're not quite ready to reveal 4A Games' first next-gen console project, but we will be making an announcement this side of E3. And we think the reality is a lot more exciting than the out-dated material that got leaked shows, and we're itching to share it with you. Just not yet."
The original story is below.
A product image of Metro Redux was displayed temporarily on Italian website Everyeye.it, but All Games Beta managed to archive the information.
According to the listing, the bundle will be released in July for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC, and contains a 'redux' version of Metro 2033 and its sequel Metro: Last Light. Also mentioned is a download code for some DLC, a soundtrack, art cards, and fancy packaging.
Metro 2033 was first released on PC and Xbox 360 back in 2010. The sequel, Metro: Last Light, made its way to Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC in 2013, and scored a whopping 9/10 from GameSpot at the time.