Metro: Last Light’s last DLC, the Chronicles pack, is now available

Metro: Last Light Chronicles Pack

By on October 17, 2013 at 2:28 pm

4A Games have finally wrapped up and released the fourth and final piece of Metro: Last Light DLC, the Chronicles pack.

The Chronicles pack contains three new single-player missions as three of the characters from in and around Artyom’s story in the base game: Pavel, Anya and Khan, all of whom have their own narratives that intertwine through the main one and offer a new perspective on Artyom’s journey.

You can pick it up now for $4.99 on Steam, or for free if you’ve already grabbed the Season Pass.

Get our video review of Metro: Last Light here.

3 comments (Leave your own)

Grabbed these under the season pass last night. Haven’t even finished the game yet but I’m playing through what must be the closing scenes. Some of the flashback vignette’s and the weird things that they do with shadows are exceptionally creepy.

 

Murray Hibble,

Dude, you’re 36. Isn’t it time you stopped playing games so obsessively and did something more productive with your time? You’re not a kid anymore.

 

Just finished the Khan one, I enjoyed all 3 of them personally. One is short and action heavy, another focuses on sneaking around a lot and the third focuses on some similar themes from the first game with Khan. Really enjoyable all up, worth the season pass imo

 
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