Metro: Last Light is just hours away from its long-awaited release, and we're sure a good share of PC gamers out there are eager put their rig to the test. Why not? Metro 2033 set some high standards after Crysis, becoming one of the games you'd have to experience on PC. Fortunately, Metro: Last Light lives up to this reputation.
Deep Silver already released the game's system requirements some time ago, and we put Last Light through its paces as well. Yes, we do have a full review on its way, but that's hit a bit of a snag, and we're currently awaiting a response on that front. In the meantime, however, check out our hardware assessment.
That voice you hear is our own Gabriel Vega, a fellow no doubt many of you are well acquainted with by now. Some things to keep in mind is that the AMD performance is a bit rough, and the game takes a bit of a dive at certain "critical" points.
Hardware performance review - YouTube
Gabe spent about 20 hours in Last Light, and warns of two available endings. Don't be a jerk, and you may just get the good one.