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The Developer Pack is Now Available for ‘Metro: Last Light’


Deep Silver has released the Developer Pack – which is the third piece of add-on content for Metro: Last Light.

The three main features of the Developer Pack have been detailed below.

  1. Players can experiment with every gun and attachment combination in the Shooting Range, and complete unique marksman challenges for each weapon

  2. The AI Arena allows players to pit customisable squads of human soldiers and mutants against each other, or prove themselves in several challenges

  3. Lastly, players can explore Metro’s cast of characters, and human and mutant foes, up close in the ‘Metro Museum’

The Developer Pack also contains an original solo mission called – The Spider’s Nest. Getting through this new mission will take all your skill, as well as your brand new flamethrower as you try to escape this spider infested locale.

The Developer Pack is now available on Steam and Xbox 360 worldwide, PlayStation 3 owners in North America can access the new content now, while PlayStation 3 owners in Europe and the rest of the world will have to wait until tomorrow. It will cost $3.99 (AU$4.27), or free with the Season Pass which costs $14.99 (AU$16.03) offering each piece of Metro: Last Light DLC content.

Metro: Last Light’s final piece of add-on content known as the Chronicles Pack, will release later this month. Offering three original single player missions that allow players to explore the side stories of a handful of Metro characters, away from Artyom’s story.


Metro: Last Light recently launched launched on Mac, and make sure to read our full review of Metro: Last Light.

Jamie Briggs manages Analog Addiction and you can like them on Facebook, follow his daily life on Twitter @JamieAA, his personal blog and his videos on YouTube.

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