Metro: Last Light’s Faction Pack DLC includes three new single-player missions

Metro: Last Light

By on July 12, 2013 at 9:48 am

The Faction Pack, first vaguely detailed back in May, will put players in the shoes of a specialist from each of the game’s three factions.

The first mission will involve playing as a Special Detachment Sniper of the Redline, before moving on to defending the Frontline as a heavy trooper of the Reich. The final mission puts you back in the shoes of another Ranger, exploring the Library complex.

“Salvage can be exchanged for ammunition, filters and hazard suits allowing ever deeper exploration into the Library,” reads 4A Games description. “Rangers are advised to light torches and leave a trail of lights so they can find their way back to the base before their precious oxygen runs out…”

The pack is available on July 17 and will set you back a princely $5 (or nothing at all, if you’re a Season Pass holder).

Still on the fence about Metro: Last Light? It’s on sale on Steam now, but you might want to watch our video review first.

Source: Press Release

2 comments (Leave your own)

As much as I waited for this game, I still haven’t finished it. It’s one of those games where if you play on a dual/triple monitor setup, the mouse comes out from underneath the game so I keep going to desktop (and the game doesn’t pause).

Can’t be arsed constantly turning my other monitor off in the NVIDIA panel (I’m lazy like that).

 

Am I missing something here? Metro Last Light is $55.99 on Steam, yet the Metro Franchise pack, including LL, is $47.99…

 
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