4A Games’ first-person shooter ARKTIKA.1 has received a major update. A number of improvements have been made – along with full support for cloud saves and three new languages: German, French, and Spanish.
4A Games, the studio behind the award-winning Metro series, today announced the release of ARKTIKA.1 – a visceral VR first-person shooter powered by the acclaimed 4A Engine and built from the ground up for Oculus Touch. With breathtaking detail and superior shooting mechanics, ARKTIKA.1 is set to deliver unprecedented scope, storytelling, and graphical fidelity to VR fans worldwide.
4A Games’ first VR title, ARKTIKA.1, can now be pre-ordered from the Oculus Store for $26.99 (10% off)
The year: 2120. Following a failed last-ditch effort to combat the effects of global climate change, humanity descends into a new ice age. Nations collapse, resources are increasingly scarce, and small pockets of civilization struggle to survive.
4A Games (the studio behind the award-winning Metro series) has been hard at work on the Oculus Touch exclusive ARKTIKA.1
Nearly a century in the future – in the aftermath of a silent apocalypse – the planet has entered a new ice age. Only the equatorial regions remain habitable, yet pockets of humanity still manage to survive in small numbers all over the planet. These regions of civilization sit on resource-rich, highly desirable territories to the north and south. As a mercenary hired by Citadel Security, you must protect one of the last colonies in the wastelands of old Russia from violent raiders, marauders, and horrifying creatures.
In the new trailer, you can discover how the developer has made Metro Redux one of the most complete and ambitious ‘remasters’ of modern times. Improved graphics, new game modes and additional content and features make Metro Redux a compelling package for newcomers and Metro fans alike.
Valve’s Steam Machine prototypes were recently unveiled, and the developer just announced that the prototypes will ship with copies of 4A Games’ shooter Metro: Last light.
Metro: Last Light has been released for Linux today by 4A Games and Deep Silver.
Here is the caption from Steam:
Metro: Last Light is now available on Linux! All owners of Last Light on Steam now have access to the PC, Mac and Linux versions!