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Post by Eorl @ 09:56am 26/04/13 | 1 Comments
A new video interview has surfaced from Ukrainian tech website itcchannel with 4A's Andrew Prokhorov, the creative director for Metro: Last Light, confirming that the studio is working on a PlayStation 4 version of the upcoming survival action title. Translated by a memeber at the LastLightForum (via NeoGAF), the interview also details that the title will be seeing a standalone multiplayer version sometime after the initial release of the game, a first for the series.

During the interview Prokhorov also revealed that the title will be receiving "five separate DLCs with different characters and stories from the main game" however confirmed that these were not cut content, but instead developed after the game was finished. An SDK was also promised for Last Light, offering the ability to mod the game however no details were given on whether it will appear alongside the launch of the title or later down the track.

Other mentions include the possibility of a season pass and the PlayStation 4 title including Metro 2033. Check out the full interview over here, however you'll need to brush up on your Ukraine dialogue.

Metro: Last Light is currently scheduled for a May 17 2013 launch on PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.





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BladeRunner
Posted 12:55pm 26/4/13
Interesting. Should be alright. Metro was good but I don't care for the monsters though.
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