Steam is giving away a cult-classic FPS completely free – but you’ll have to be quick to grab it

STEAM has released a free game for those who act fast.

Players have just a few days left to grab a cult classic for absolutely nothing.

Fans loved Metro: Last Light when it was released.


Fans loved Metro: Last Light when it was released.Photo credit: 4A Games

The Metro series of atmospheric post-apocalyptic first-person shooters is currently on sale on Steam.

One of the fan-favorite movies from the series is now available for free on the service.

Metro: Last Light was originally released for PS3 and Xbox 360 in 2013.

The Steam version is the Complete Edition which includes all updates and additional content.

Steam’s Metro sale runs until Thursday, May 25, 2023 So there are only a few days left to claim your free game.

If you download Last Light before that day, you can still keep it and play it from your library at any time.

All other Metro games are also on sale as part of the offer, with savings ranging from 77% to 85%.

This makes it one of the best deals Steam has ever had, and every game comes at a huge discount.

Here’s what you can grab:

  • Metro: Exodus – £5.79 from £24.99 (77% discount)
  • Metro: Exodus Gold Edition – £6.99 from £34.99 (80% discount)
  • Metro: Exodus Sam’s Story – £1.59 from £7.99 (80% discount)
  • Metro: Exodus The Two Colonels – £1.15 from £5.78 (80% discount)
  • Metro: Exodus Expansion Pass – £2.39 from £11.99 (80% discount) *Bundle containing the above two DLC packs
  • The subway last night – FREE
  • Metro: Last Light Redux – £2.99 from £14.99 (80% discount)
  • Metro: 2033 Redux – £2.99 from £14.99 (80% discount)
  • Metro Saga Bundle – £9.88 from £66.96 (85% off)*includes Exodus, Last Light Redux and 2033 Redux

Written by Georgina Young on behalf of GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN.

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