Celebrating the game’s anniversary, 4AGames is giving away the PC version for free.
Metro: Last Light, the sequel to Metro 2033, is turning 10 this May, and the 4AGames studio is celebrating it with a gift for users.
Starting today and until May 25, the game will be available to download for free on Steam in its complete edition.
The complete edition, as the name implies, includes the original game and all the additional content released after the debut.
Immerse yourself in the year 2034 – you are the last light in the darkest hour.
To celebrate Metro: Last Light’s 10th Anniversary, the original Complete Edition of the 2013 game will be available for free on @Steam from 18-25 May.
Set your nixie watches ⏰ and stay tuned! pic.twitter.com/O4tkkHnbRL
— Metro Exodus (@MetroVideoGame) May 16, 2023
You probably already have Metro: Last Light in your library because they’ve given away the Redux version countless times on both Steam and Epic Games, but it’s always a good opportunity to pick up a good free game.
4AGames released a third installment in the Metro saga, Metro Exodus, in 2019 on next-gen consoles and PC, and a year later announced that it was working on a new installment in the series and planned to add a multiplayer component.
In any case, the team clarified that in the first place it is committed to offering a single player experience, but that it will seek to expand the options for players.
Everything seems to indicate that Metro will seek to capture the essence of Stalker even more.