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Submitted by Orpheus 1028d ago | news

Metro: Last Light devs talk PC support, the “luxuries” that PC development has

games.on.net: THQ’s Huw Beynon has been chatting to AusGamers about Metro: Last Light, and they brought up the question of what PC gamers can expect from the new game. “When we showed the demo to you, I think that was running off a single GeForce GTX 580 at the time, so not even a 590 — which would have been the best Nvidia card at the time we were putting the final touches on the demo.” (Metro: Last Light, PC, PS3, THQ, Xbox 360)

shutUpAndTakeMyMoney  +   1028d ago
I am glad this sold over a million on pc! That shows THQ pc gamers want more of this type of game. I would love if they made a stalker like game in an open world for pc.
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