MSI Unleashes Mind-blowing Metro2033 Game Demo
A Brutal Challenge for Your Gaming Rigs
Metro 2033, a post-apocalyptic first-person shooter developed by 4A Games, is the most demanding game title of 2010 for PC hardware, taking full advantage of spectacular effects made possible with the next generation of DX11 techniques. Based on the novel by Dmitry Glukhovsky and powered by the most advanced game engine (supporting NVIDIA 3D Vision and hardware accelerated physics using NVIDIA PhysX), Metro 2033 is definitely one of best looking PC games on the market.
Now, MSI, a leading manufacturer of computer hardware products, has announced the release of the authorized Metro 2033 game demo. It allows hardcore gamers to experience heart-stopping visuals with 4 chapters of free play.
To survive the dangerous subways beneath Moscow and fight off the army of horrors that await, all you need is top-notch gaming components like the MSI Big Bang series of gaming motherboards, featuring powerful graphics performance and audio-realistic THX® and Creative EAX® audio technologies. With support for multiple, scalable graphics cards, you will enjoy unbeatable gaming performance.
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