Steam players rush to buy must-play £55 game trilogy landing in baskets for pennies

STEAM players are just realizing that they can snag one of the best video game series of the last decade at a hefty discount.

Players still have a few days to claim the offer before the trio of games is available again at the usual price.

The acclaimed Metro series offers a disturbingly realistic portrayal of a world post-nuclear war


The acclaimed Metro series offers a disturbingly realistic portrayal of a world post-nuclear warPhoto credit: Deep Silver
Characters in Metro 2033 Redux wear gas masks outside as areas are covered with nuclear radiation


Characters in Metro 2033 Redux wear gas masks outside as areas are covered with nuclear radiationPhoto credit: Deep Silver

Steam is running a limited-time sale of the post-apocalyptic sci-fi game Metro 2033 Redux and its sequels Metro Last Light Redux and Metro Exodus.

Metro 2033 and Last Light are offered in their Redux Remastered versions, which offer visual and gameplay improvements.

The offer ends on August 28, 2023So there’s still some time to snag the games at the prices listed below.

Metro 2033 Redux is selling for £2.24/$2.99, down 85% from £14.99/$19.99 while the sequel Metro Last Light Redux is reduced to just £1.49/$1.99 (90% off).

Although the games are often on sale, Metro Last Light Redux is currently available at the lowest price ever.

The latest game in the series, 2019 Metro Exodus ends up in cart for £4.99/$5.99 instead of £24.99/$29.99 (80% off).

The Metro Exodus Expansion Passwhich normally retails for £11.99/$14.99 is now on sale for just £2.39/$2.99, also with an 80% discount.

The Expansion Pass adds two new stories to the latest game, played from the point of view of a new main character.

The expansions, titled The Two Colonels and Sam’s Story, were released in August 2019 and February 2020.

Instead of buying each game individually, Steam users can buy that Metro Saga Bundlewhich offers an additional 30% discount on top of the already reduced prices.

The bundle includes all three games plus the Metro Exodus expansion pack for £7.77/$9.76 instead of £11.11/$13.96 when the titles are purchased separately.

All three games are rated over 80 on the review aggregator Metacritic, and the first title in the trilogy has a 90/100 rating.

The Metro trilogy of first-person shooter games is based on the post-apocalyptic novel Metro 2033 by Russian writer Dmitry Glukhovsky.

Players are thrown into the aftermath of a nuclear war in 2033, as Moscow survivors take refuge in the city’s vast metro system.

You play as Artyom, a survivor who must save his station from the dangers lurking in the Metro tunnels.

As Artyom, you’ll explore the post-apocalyptic world and encounter human and mutant enemies that can be killed with a variety of weapons.

Behind the usual premise of survival horror shooters, the games deal with very serious political issues, such as the use of misinformation to keep people under control.

As Glukhovsky told The Sun in 2019, his video games and books aim to provide a strong warning to young people about the dangers of state-sponsored propaganda.

Both his video games and novels have sold well in both Russia and the West.

Steam users have up to August 28, 2023to get the Metro games at the current special prices.

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