September 10th is the date set for the launch of Metro: Last Light. The 4A engine has a lot of power and agility. 4A Games have done their best and the results prove it. Metro: Last Light will facilitate Steam Play. DLC packages will be delivered to all devices: PCs, Macs and Linux systems. Deep Silver purchased the Metro enterprise and it was a positive experience indeed. It was a deal for $5.9 million. The social and financial exchange between big factions in the gaming arena has led to the crowd of excited users getting more and more amped than usual. The trend today is towards expression rather than repression. And so all sorts of adrenaline-pumping games are arriving on the scene today and they give the users a daily dose of jolts and shocks.
The game known as Metro: Last Light deals in a future scenario where nuclear warfare is rife and life isn’t worth 2 cents. The high quality graphics that feature on the display screen make it a lively and hyper-real experience. The game is meant to be played with command, control and an eye for strategy. In recent years, we have seen how the world of computer games has really taken off into the empyrean skies. It shows that everyone is starved for a far more stimulating entertainment which is the very thing that postmodern civilization cannot provide that easily.
Chief Technical Officer at 4A Games, Oles Shishkovstov, said, “The Mac and Linux versions of Metro: Last Light are further testimony to the power and flexibility of the 4A Engine. Development was handled in house by 4A games, and we are very happy with the results. We hope that Mac & Linux gamers will appreciate our efforts to create the best possible version for their machines.”