Metro: Last Light Developer Pack DLC will release next week

Metro: Last Light

By on September 13, 2013 at 6:45 pm

The third of Metro: Last Light‘s four DLC packs has been dated for September 17.

The Developer Pack DLC will allow players to experiment on the shooting range with every possible gun and attachment combination, give an AI arena where you can create custom battles, and explore the ‘Metro Museum’ which gives you access to detailed information on the game’s cast of characters and mutants.

Also included is The Spider’s Nest, a new single-player mission that will “truly test the nerves of arachnaphobes”.

“Use your wits, your lighter, your torch, and the brand new Flamethrower to escape from a spider infested catacomb,” reads the blurb.

The last remaining DLC pack is the Chronicles Pack, which will include three new single-player missions focusing on some of the smaller, non-Artyom characters in the Metro universe.

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The shooting range sounds good, but custom battles! Now that’s a pack worth grabbing!
Have to see if they release a full DLC pack

 
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