Free is free and spooky shooter Metro: Last Light is currently free to keep from Steam. It has been made available by developers 4A Games in order to celebrate its 10th anniversary. The catch, sort of, is that this is the Complete Edition, a version that does not normally even show up in Steam search results. The slightly-improved Metro: Last Light Redux will still cost you a few quid or bucks.
The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Collector’s Edition is back in stock at Amazon in the UK, and can be ordered with next-day delivery for £109.99 right now (see here).
Moreover, Amazon has also the Switch Pro Controller – Tears of the Kingdom Edition back in stock for £64.99 (see here). Both of these items are extremely popular and limited in stock, so act fast if you want to secure either of these, because they will be out of stock again before you know it.
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The Xbox Series Wireless Controller is one of the best gamepads available for PCs, and the new eco-friendly Remix special edition has dropped to £60 on Amazon compared to a debut price of £75.
The Remix edition comes in a nifty green colour scheme, is made from recycled materials and is bundled with a free Microsoft Play & Charge kit, allowing you to replace the battery with a rechargeable Li-Ion alternative – significantly better for the environment than throwing away non-rechargeable batteries, as long as your home’s energy comes from somewhat green sources.
If you’re worried about wearing out your Joy-Cons playing The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom over the next couple months, never fear. Hori has you covered with this gorgeous Tears of Kingdom-themed edition of its excellent Split Pad Pro , which costs $60 and releases August 31 (though that could be a placeholder date). Preorders are sold out at this time, but we imagine it’ll be available to order again.
The Hori Split Pad Pro is GameSpot’s current pick for best Switch controller for handheld-focused players, and for good reason: it gives you a full-sized, ergonomic controller experience in handheld mode. The buttons, the sticks, triggers, and D-pad are all much larger on the Split Pad Pro than they are on the stock Joy-Cons. So considering how cramped the standard Joy-Cons are, especially if you’ve got big hands, the ergonomics of the Split Pad Pro are a big relief.
Star Wars Jedi: Survivor’s latest problem seems to be that some players are losing their pre-order and deluxe edition items.
Despite strong review scores, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor hasn’t had the smoothest of launches all in, and the latest issue is one that’s more annoying than experience ruining, but it’s still a problem nonetheless. Earlier this week players started reporting on the game’s subreddit that they were losing access to the deluxe edition and pre-order content, with it randomly appearing and disappearing without rhyme or reason. EA has shared that it is “aware of the reports and are investigating the issue,” as it shared in this support post.
The post also went into some troubleshooting detail for those that might be experiencing the issue, offering some potential solutions to make the bonus content appear once again. Though until a full fix comes from the issue, it’s worth keeping in mind that it could disappear temporarily once more. At the time of writing a full solution hasn’t been found, and players are still reporting that they are losing access to the DLC off and on again.