In a few days from today you will be able to get a great game absolutely for free. It comes with an extension Metro last lightwhich is celebrating its tenth anniversary and the development team, 4a gamesHe wants to give it to you as a gift.
The last light is 2the A game in the franchise, which was released 10 years ago on May 14, 2013 for PlayStation 3, PC and Xbox 360. Last Light followed the events of Metro: 2033, with Dmitry Glukhovsky writing the story of Artyom, a young soldier living in the Moscow subway after a devastating nuclear war .
With his central mission to find the mysterious “Dark Ones”, Artyom faces many threats such as mutant monsters and of course the radioactivity present in the outside world. The title has won many awards and now is the right opportunity to try it out. Since it will be completely free on Steam from May 18th to May 25th.
Immerse yourself in the year 2034 – you are the last light in the darkest hour.
To celebrate the tenth anniversary of Metro: Last Light, the original full version of the 2013 game will be available for free @steam May 18-25.
Set your nixie watches ⏰ and stay tuned! pic.twitter.com/O4tkkHnbRL
– Metro Exit (MetroVideoGame) May 16, 2023
In fact, as it has become known, you will get the full version, which also contains all the DLCs that have been made available since its release. It is worth noting that this is the original version of the game and not the “Redux” version released later.
Metro: Last Light Complete Edition will be available on Steam from May 18th to May 25th.
Follow Unboxholics.com at www.unboxholics.com
To be the first to know the latest news about technology, video games, movies and series. Follow Unboxholics.com at www.unboxholics.com FacebookAnd TwitterAnd
And Tik Tok.
“Total alcohol fanatic. Coffee junkie. Amateur twitter evangelist. Wannabe zombie enthusiast.”
Microsoft is “ending” Cortana in Windows 11 and Windows 10 later this year – Windows 11
Motorola has announced the fourth generation of its foldable smartphone, the Moto Razr 40 Ultra – Motorola
Resident Evil fans, Capcom wants your opinion!