Oh, Metro: Last Light, why do you have to be so far away. Some say the world is ending this month, but I say the apocalypse won’t happen until March, and I cannot wait. I’m prepared, too. I have my survival plan worked out, I have a map of the Metro, and I’ve been honing my skills with various weapons in nightly Halo sessions. If you want to be as prepared as I am, you should consider pre-ordering the game.
Those who do will get the Limited Edition, which comes with the game, the Ranger load-out (extra military grade bullets!), a modified AKS-74U, and access to the “Ranger Mode.” If this interests you and you own a PS3, you can grab the digital version on PSN for a special theme and a free digital copy of Homefront when Metro: Last Light releases.
If you’re interested, you can pre-order your copy at the THQ store. Metro: Last Light releases next March for the PS3, Xbox 360, and PC.
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