GOG.com’s winter sale reaches its final, and the company celebrates by offering Metro: Last Light Redux free. The online video game store is currently struggling with demand from players trying to get a free copy of the game, but the deal will be offered until Friday at 9 p.m.
Offering free games in memory of the sale is nothing new, but CD Projekt, the owner of GOG.com as well Cyberpunk 2077 develops and publishes CD Projekt Red, is already under control for the current state of Cyberpunk 2077 as well as reversing the decision to carry the controversial game Devotion in GOG̵
The tweet announcing the free game has already been flooded with complaints, jokes or questions about any of them Devotion or Cyberpunk 2077.
CD Projekt may be struggling with its reputation among its most vocal players, but Metro: Last Light Redux is still a tense, effective survival first person shooter, and it’s worth your time.
“Last light “breathes life into the colorless tunnels of the post-apocalypse – from the unsettling nature of a Reich military camp to the eccentricities of the metro’s theater zone to eerie catacombs that have been undisturbed by humans for decades,” said Polygon’s original review. “Each new location builds its own story organically, through random dialogue as you pass NPCs, bodies disappearing from the ground and (sometimes literal) ghosts haunting each room. It’s a hard, broken world, but one that forced me to come back to uncover the story. ”
Metro: Last Light Redux is currently also on sale for $ 3.99 through Steam.