Metro: Last Light Redux – Play All DLCs in Chronological Order

Here is a short and simple guide to playing Metro Last Light Redux’s DLCs in Chronological Order.

Introduction

This is the guide to play all Metro Last Light Redux DLCs in chronological order.

Play Sequence in Chronological Order

This list includes Metro 2033 Redux and Metro Exodus Enhanced Edition.

7 years after the Great War in 2013:

  • Metro Last Light Redux DLC – The Tower Pack (Simulation)
  • Metro 2033

Sometime before or during the D6’s Final Battle in Metro 2033:

  • Metro Last Light Redux DLC – HEAVY SQUAD – Play this after you complete Metro 2033 and before anything Last Light
  • Metro Last Light Redux DLC – Kshatriya – Play this after you complete Metro 2033 or after your Library visit by Artyom

Missions and DLCs in Metro Last Light Redux:

(Only the mission right before a relevant DLC is listed here)

  • Metro Last Light Redux DLC – Spider Lair – Can be played at any timeline between after 2033 and before end of Last Light
  • Metro Last Light Redux Mission – from “Sparta” to “Ashes”
  • Metro Last Light Redux DLC – Anna – Provide assist for Artyom during Sparta
  • Metro Last Light Redux Mission – from “Pavel” to the escape to Spider tunnel
  • Metro Last Light Redux DLC – SNIPER TEAM – After Nazi prison break and escape into Spider tunnel

(Not to be confused with Spider Lair DLC)

  • Metro Last Light Redux Mission – “Venice”
  • Metro Last Light Redux DLC – Pavel – Right after Nazi prison break and quarrel with Artyom in Venice
  • Metro Last Light Redux Mission – from “Khan” to “The Chase”
  • Metro Last Light Redux DLC – Khan – Play after the Chase

After the events of Metro Last Light:

  • Metro Exodus DLC – The Two Colonels
  • Metro Exodus Enhanced Edition
  • Metro Exodus DLC – Sam’s Story
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