Metro: Last Light’s four DLC packs vaguely detailed

Metro: Last Light

By on May 23, 2013 at 7:56 am

4A Games and Deep Silver have revealed the details of Metro: Last Light‘s upcoming four DLC packs. The first pack, the Faction Pack, will be out in June and will be single-player content that “expands on the Metro: Last Light universe”. The Chronicles Pack will follow, which is also slated to be single-player content.

Then there’s the Tower Pack, which will provide a “unique solo challenge to Metro veterans”, followed by the Developer Pack, which from the sounds of it is mod tools — it will “give creative players some interesting tools with which to explore the world of Metro”.

These four DLC packs are of course included in the season pass. Season pass holders also get the Abzat, a semi-automatic shotgun with an alternate fire mode that shoots six shells at once.

“Artyom’s story may have been concluded in Metro: Last Light, but there are other characters with stories to tell, some familiar locations that fans of the Metro series wanted to revisit, and some new challenges that 4A wanted to explore,” explained 4A creative director Andrew Prokhorov.

“Since completing the game we have been working on these new stories and hope to release them throughout the summer.”

Ranger Mode, the hardest difficulty level in the game, is not included in the DLC season pass.

2 comments (Leave your own)

Sounds like it could include what happens to Hunter as he is a main character in Metro 2034.

 

Just finished Metro: Last Light. An emotional and inspiring journey, that connects and immerses you fully. I admit the story made me tear.

What Metro does better than any game is that it opens its arms to introducing you into its world of fantasy, and does so in a way that the transition between what is real and what isn’t is seem-less. I didn’t feel like I was sitting in front of my screen, playing another ‘project’ of a developer. I felt myself living in an entirely new world, where I felt connected to the characters and their stories. A true triumph, do not stop to disappoint, this is not a game, this is a story of a hero, and his journey into changing the world, sacrificing many things for the greater good. I will not go into plot spoilers, but do know that you are the man in this story. You are the force behind change, and that is the exact reasoning behind my thoughts towards this masterpiece.

10/10 – Final Thoughts:
Immersive, connecting, imaginative, inviting, real.

Thanks for reading my review, all I hope is that you enjoy the game as much as I have.

 
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