We haven’t heard anything about GPU PhysX support in Metro: Last Light, sequel to the critically acclaimed Metro 2033 title from 4A Games, for so long, that we were actually started to thing that it was lost somewhere on the way.
Update: Metro Last Light – GPU PhysX effects explored
However, a recent Metro hand-on video by PCGamesHardware finally sheds the light on this burning question – Metro: Last Light will have support for extra PhysX effects, called here “Advanced PhysX“, just as in the previous game.
Now one can only guess, what kind of the additional PhysX content Last Light will be able to offer us this time – the original Metro 2033 title included only shallow particle and smoke effects.
Metro: Last Light will be landing on the shelves on May 14 in US and May 17 in Europe.