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Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: Metro
It’s time to go back into the tunnels. Deep Silver and 4A Games’ post-apocalyptic first-person shooter Metro: Last Light is now available for 360, PC, and PS3. The follow-up to 2010’s Metro 2033, Last Light once again drives players into Moscow’s underground as mankind attempts to survive after a nuclear war has left the topside a radiated wasteland. The Metro system is home to numerous factions who have set up shop throughout the various hubs, battling roaming mutants and trying to find a mysterious doomsday weapon. As Artyom, players must navigate the chaos as they help to prevent a civil war.
With less than a month to go until launch, Deep Silver has announced the minimum, recommended, and optimum specs for 4A Games’s upcoming first-person shooter Metro: Last Light. The sequel to Metro 2033 will be powered by the proprietary 4A Engine, which has been optimized to take advantage of DirectX 11 graphics cards as well as Nvidia PhysX and 3D Vision. For gamers curious if their rigs are up to snuff, Nvidia has a GPU Analyzer for Last Light.
THQ has released some new screens from 4A Games’ upcoming post-apocalyptic first-person shooter, Metro: Last Light. Sequel to 2010′s Metro 2033, Last Light picks up where the original left off with the player still living in the Moscow Metro and setting off on a quest to find the key to mankind’s survival.