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Metro: Last Light is getting a few extra stops along the track courtesy of four DLC add-ons due to arrive this summer, publisher Deep Silver announced.

All four DLC packs can be purchased for $15 with a season pass, or, of course, individually.

First out the gate is the “Faction Pack,” which launches in June and—according to Deep Silver—adds “new, original single-player gameplay that expands on the Metro: Last Light universe and story.” So too does the second add-on, the “Chronicles Pack,” which is currently without a release window.

Deep Silver describes the third Last Light DLC, the “Tower Pack,” as something that presents “a unique solo challenge to Metro veterans.” The wave of Metro DLC concludes with the mysterious “Developer Pack,” something Deep Silver says will “give creative players some interesting tools with which to explore the world of Metro.”

Metro: Last Light launched on PC, PS3, and Xbox 360 last week. Our own Ray Carsillo returned to the subterranean Russian railways in his review.

Metro: Last Light DLC Arriving This Summer

By | 05/22/2013 06:08 PM PT

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Metro: Last Light is getting a few extra stops along the track courtesy of four DLC add-ons due to arrive this summer, publisher Deep Silver announced.

All four DLC packs can be purchased for $15 with a season pass, or, of course, individually.

First out the gate is the “Faction Pack,” which launches in June and—according to Deep Silver—adds “new, original single-player gameplay that expands on the Metro: Last Light universe and story.” So too does the second add-on, the “Chronicles Pack,” which is currently without a release window.

Deep Silver describes the third Last Light DLC, the “Tower Pack,” as something that presents “a unique solo challenge to Metro veterans.” The wave of Metro DLC concludes with the mysterious “Developer Pack,” something Deep Silver says will “give creative players some interesting tools with which to explore the world of Metro.”

Metro: Last Light launched on PC, PS3, and Xbox 360 last week. Our own Ray Carsillo returned to the subterranean Russian railways in his review.

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