A few days ago you had the opportunity to collect the great action game Metro 2033 for free from theepic Games Store - and now you have a day where you can also add its sequel for free, this time from the GOG store
War between different gaming platforms for the title of maximum generosity sounds like a dream for game lovers who love gifts - and it seems that this dream does come true at the end of 2020, when along with 15 free games from the Epic Games Store we get a third free distribution in the number as well As part of the winter specials at the GOG store.
after Prison Architect andBrigador Distributed for free two weeks ago and a week ago respectively, you now have a little over 24 hours to snatch the The action and horror game Metro: Last Light in its improved Redux edition, And in a version that does not include any file protections and artificial restrictions of course.
Last Light was originally launched in 2013 as a sequel to Metro 2033 which became a nice success story for the humble Ukrainian developer 4A Games (currently operating from Malta, under Embracer Group and Saber Interactive), and in 2014 the duo received improved Redux versions launched alongside console versions of the generation The new - with 86 percent positive reviews based on more than 30,000 different player reviews on the platform Steam It should be made clear that this is a work that you deserve to experience, even if part of more than half a decade has landed on store shelves.
This free distribution is probably the latest and greatest in the framework GOG's Winter Operations Project, Which encompasses over 3,500 different titles with maximum discounts of up to 91 percent - all without exception DRM-free of any kind, so you can enjoy your purchases anywhere and anytime with maximum ease. If you have not yet examined the full range of offerings, we recommend that you do so today, before everything ends and disappears - many of the prices here are better than those of Steam At this point, thanks to the collection in dollars compared to the built-in conversion to shekels (which usually does no favors with the buyers) at the competitor.