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Metro: Last Light – PC Performance Analysis

DSOGaming writes: "We’ve been covering Metro: Last Light’s launch this whole week, and it’s time now for our Performance Analysis. Metro: Last Light is the sequel to Metro 2033, and is powered by 4A Games proprietary engine, 4A Engine. According to the developers, the engine has been optimized and the game is said to be running better than its predecessor. Well, we are happy to report that 4A Games’ claims are true. Metro: Last Light performs better than Metro 2033, even though it is one of the most demanding titles available on the PC." (Metro: Last Light, PC)

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