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Metro: Last Light Season Pass Announced

/ May 23rd, 2013 No Comments

Metro: Last Light
Metro: Last Light

Metro: Last Light

Metro: Last Light will be getting four downloadable content packs this summer available through a season pass, Deep Silver and developer 4A Games announced.

The Faction Pack, Chronicles Pack, Tower Pack and Developer Pack will be bundled together for the Metro: Last Light Season Pass, which is available for purchase now on Xbox 360 via Xbox Live, PlayStation 3 through the PlayStation Network and PC via Steam.

The Metro: Last Light Season Pass will be priced at $14.99 or 1200 Microsoft Points. Players will also be able to purchase each DLC pack separately but the season pass offers a discount over all bonus content.

Deep Silver is encouraging PlayStation Plus subscribers to purchase the Metro: Last Light Season Pass now. PlayStation Plus owners are entitled to a 25 percent discount on the season pass from now until June 4 in the U.S. and through June 5 throughout the rest of the world.

Set for release in June, the Faction Pack is the first DLC planned for Metro: Last Light. The DLC will expand on the game’s single-player campaign with new content. The Chronicles Pack is also expected to include original single-player content expanding on the Metro franchise universe.

Meanwhile, the Tower Pack will give players a new, unique solo challenge. The Developer Pack provides gamers with innovative new tools allowing for further exploration of the world of Metro: Last Light.

In addition, the Metro: Last Light Season Pass gives players access to a new weapon. The Abzats is a semi-automatic shotgun rifle with a secondary fire mode that unleashes six bullets at once.

Metro: Last Light released May 14 for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC. The game was previously expected to launch in March. It was delayed after THQ sold the rights to the franchise.

Deep Silver, the publisher behind the 2011 hit Dead Island, acquired the rights to Metro: Last Light from THQ after the company dissolved due to bankruptcy. Koch Media, the parent company of Deep Silver, also purchased the Saints Row franchise from THQ along with the game’s development studio Volition.

Ryan Bloom

Ryan Bloom

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