Metro: Last Light bundled with Steam Machine prototypes
Deep Silver and 4A Games confirm postapocalyptic game will be included with all 300 prototype systems going out this year.
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Deep Silver and 4A Games announced today that Metro: Last Light will be bundled with the 300 Valve-produced Steam Machine systems going out to beta testers later this year. The publisher also confirmed that Metro: Last Light will support for Steam OS and the Steam Controller when they are released publicly sometime next year.
"We are excited by the prospect of bringing the ultimate Metro experience, powered by next-gen PC hardware into the living room," 4A Games CTO Oles Shishkovstov said in a statement. "Metro: Last Light will be a great showcase for Steam OS and the Steam Controller."
Deep Silver also released the dedicated Linux version of Metro: Last Light on Steam this week. It supports Steam Play, allowing owners of any Steam version to automatically find the game added to their Windows PC, Mac, or Linux Steam libraries.
Yesterday, Valve showed off the images of its own Steam Machine prototype. Announcements from multiple partners for their own Steam Machines are expected at the Consumer Electronics Show in January, with the hardware going on sale starting in mid-2014.