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Fancy taking part in one of the “most immersive, atmospheric challenges in gaming?” If so, then the exclusive Ranger mode that comes with the Limited Edition of Metro: Last Light should be right up your alley.

The Limited Edition is available to pre-order now and features a copy of the game, Ranger mode difficulty, bonus ammo currency, and an extra weapon. The full contents in detail can be found below:

  • Ranger Mode – Experience complete immersion. No HUD, less bullets and brutal combat. Hardcore, the way it was meant to be played.
  • Extra Military Grade Bullets – Coveted for their ability to kill, these bullets are also the currency of the Metro. Will you use them in battle or purchase precious resources? The choice is yours.
  • Modified Russian Rifle – A compact but deadly Russian assault rifle, perfect for claustrophobic combat.

“‘Ranger Mode’ provides the definitive Metro experience,” said Huw Beynon, creative strategist at THQ. “It’s deservedly regarded as one of the most immersive, atmospheric challenges in gaming and we think fans will be very happy to see its return in the Metro: Last Light Limited Edition.”

North American players who pre-order the Limited Edition via the PlayStation Network will also receive a free copy of Homefront at launch.

Worth pre-ordering for? Let us know in the comments below.

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Metro: Last Light Limited Edition Features Hardcore Ranger Mode

Fancy taking part in one of the "most immersive, atmospheric challenges in gaming?" If so, then the exclusive Ranger mode that comes with the Limited Edition of Metro: Last Light should be right up your alley.

By Matthew Bennett | 12/14/2012 05:33 AM PT

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Fancy taking part in one of the “most immersive, atmospheric challenges in gaming?” If so, then the exclusive Ranger mode that comes with the Limited Edition of Metro: Last Light should be right up your alley.

The Limited Edition is available to pre-order now and features a copy of the game, Ranger mode difficulty, bonus ammo currency, and an extra weapon. The full contents in detail can be found below:

  • Ranger Mode – Experience complete immersion. No HUD, less bullets and brutal combat. Hardcore, the way it was meant to be played.
  • Extra Military Grade Bullets – Coveted for their ability to kill, these bullets are also the currency of the Metro. Will you use them in battle or purchase precious resources? The choice is yours.
  • Modified Russian Rifle – A compact but deadly Russian assault rifle, perfect for claustrophobic combat.

“‘Ranger Mode’ provides the definitive Metro experience,” said Huw Beynon, creative strategist at THQ. “It’s deservedly regarded as one of the most immersive, atmospheric challenges in gaming and we think fans will be very happy to see its return in the Metro: Last Light Limited Edition.”

North American players who pre-order the Limited Edition via the PlayStation Network will also receive a free copy of Homefront at launch.

Worth pre-ordering for? Let us know in the comments below.

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About Matthew Bennett

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89