The alternative and good ending from Metro: Last Light in Full HD.
This will unlock the 'Redemtion' achievement. In order to unlock this ending, one must have triggered enough good or positivly moral actions in the game to convince the Dark Ones of your right to live or being saved. Doing so will save D6 from being detonated and will also spare Artyom, Khan and Miller. Artyom will also have a brief final conversation with the little Dark One before the Dark Ones departure to somewhere else.
Examples of good moral actions are:
- avoiding killing any enemies if possible. In Metro: Last Light this is pretty easy and there are at least 4 to 5 levels where you can COMPLETELY avoid any enemies from being killed.
- On the level Bandits, make sure to save every woman and child and/or hostages in time!
- Also, a few enemies will surrender when they spot you, so DON'T shoot those.
- Saving the bear in the Garden from the watchers is very important, as well as sparing Pavel (This one is probably one of the most important, if not the most important one)! You can also spare Letnitsky, do so!
- Listen to many conversations of all sort of people, preferably all of them.
Contrary to belief, many people say that looting dead bodies is not allowed. This is WRONG for both Metro 2033 and Last Light. Loot as much as you can!
The bad ending is triggered whenever one has not collected enough moral points in the game. When this happens, the little Dark One will simply not appear and you (Artyom) will blow up D6 and as such kill everyone at that location. Anna stays behind and is shown a few years later in Exhibition in Artyom his room with what would be their child. He asks if his papa was brave, by which she replies he was "The bravest of us all". This ending causes the death of Artyom, Khan, Miller and all the Red Line soldiers that were in D6 at the time. If you don't like that, consider going for the Redemption achievement. For a list of all moral points, go here: http://metrovideogame.wikia.com/wiki/Moral_Points#List_of_Moral_Points_in_Metro_Last_Light
For those wanting to know if Anna would give birth to their Child in the redemption ending: Most likely yes (why wouldn't she?). It is not confirmed that they will pursue their relationship as before Artyom departed to D6 they seemed very distantly, but given the fact that the redemption ending learns Artyom the right things about the whole Metro and life in general, and that Anna says in the bad ending that he was the bravest of us all in a matter that she really cared about him it seems most likely that they would continue their relationship.
Note that the above theory is just MY theory and does not bear any confirmation towards the plot of the game at all. I just think that sounds the most logical end, as I wouldn't see where it has to go wrong unless imaginating a lot of issues.
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One of the best games of all time. I don't care what anyone says. For me the Metro games and the books are some of the greatest stories out there. Especially the first book, Metro: 2033. I love it. I love everything about the Metro Universe. The story, the world-building, the characters, the atmosphere. The books and games are such a big part of my childhood. Such great experiences. Thank you Dima (Author) and 4A Games! (Developers). Спасибо Дима и 4A Games.
So annoyed i didn't get this ending, i did everything that i thought would get me it, like sparing Lesnitsky and Pavel, saving those hostages in the tunnels etc.. The moral points system is so shit in this game. Everything else is great though.
I played through both Metro 2033 redux and Metro 2033 Last Light redux and got the "blow shit up" ending in both - in the original that's the canon ending, and then in Last Light this redemption ending is the canon one.
I used the Metro 2033 Last Light wikia site for each mission (had it on a second monitor) in order to keep an eye on all of the ways to gain moral points.
Basically, if you don't have to kill someone, choose to let them live. There are only 3 missions in the entire game where you HAVE to kill people.
Chase - the Hansa train where you go to save the Little Dark One. If you don't kill the Reds in the train cars next to you or along the main Hansa train you WILL die.
Red Square - where you meet Pavel and about 20 Reds in a square surrounding you trying to kill you - the only way through is to kill them all (I suppose you could try to knock out the ones on the ground, but you can't get to the ones in the windows).
D6 - the final mission where you're defending D6.
I read that there's a number of missions as well where you don't have to go the pacifist route to make it through, but several of the earlier missions (plus the storage center in Venice) where getting 0 kills will net you an extra moral point.
Also, be sure to spare both Pavel and Lesnitsky (English names) - killing them apparently net you a loss of so many moral points that if you gain every other moral point you still get the c'est la vie ending. And you can also save the bear in the Garden mission.
Exploration nets you a bunch of moral points, too - finding secret passages or exploring alternative dead-end routes will usually net you supplies and a moral point.
- try not to kill anyone unless you have to (Chase, Red Square, D6) - remember you can knock people out using your "Use" button (e is default on keyboard)
- listen to a bunch of conversations - they're really interesting (unless you fail at the Bandits mission like I did and you have to listen to 5 minutes worth of conversation at the beginning for a moral point)
It does take some effort and is a total pain in the ass because stealth in this game isn't top-notch, but it is possible. Keep in mind that it's not a matter of not losing a bunch of points, it's a matter of gaining a lot of good ones.
So lets say I did everything besides listen to every conversation, and I killed a couple of surrendering Nazi's, I also had a decent amount of fire fights, but I saved the child and her mother, I brutally murdered the people who were raping the girl in the train car, but I also knocked out per se 30 people, and I killed maybe (going out on a limb) 250-750 people. I was surprised not to get the good ending. Those asshole Communists and Nazi's fucking deserved it. It makes me regret not killing Lesnitsky and Pavel, they both deserved it.
I feel like the other ending was better
Artyom made the final sacrifice to save the people of the Metro from the red army, the Dark Ones left to repopulate
Anna gave birth
Artyom was recognized as a hero
I found that ending to have a lot of weight behind it, I liked it
That's fair enough, but I feel that the standard ending has far more respectable moments
Sure the dark ones return in the good ending and destroy the red army, Artyom survives and everyone's braiding everyone's hair in happiness.
But the standard ending showed Artyom making the final sacrifice to save his people as the Dark Ones left to avoid fighting a war that ultimately was not theirs. Artyom was, in the end, regarded as a hero who saved the Metro from the red army
There's far more weight in that than the Dark Ones deciding to intervene and mindfucking the Reds
+Heedfulconch3 I don't remember too well, but the alternative ending also kills the entire red army, only difference is most good persons survive including yourself. I think the alternative ending is only better in every way 😊
You have to do a lot of pointless tasks that you wouldn't think would give you moral points in the first place, Listening to people, I think they'res a kid in that flooded town that you can get his teddy bear back from the arcade game. And trying to kill as little people as possible.
I never get it too, I literally have done every single moral point activity and knocked out instead of killing each human but it still never gives me this god Damn ending which pisses me off considering it's the canon ending
+Qim Mustaqim, Metro 2035 has already been written and released but won't be adapted into a video game considering it's Metro: Last Light...
They might however create a game based on Metro 2034 considering that takes place after 2033, but at the same time as Last Light (Can always change a few details).
I am sad I didn't know there were two endings from the start, because this ending is so much better then the one normally. It sucks that if there is ever another game they will probably take the crap ending instead of the one I would like to be the canon ending.
Just finished the game, and seems I missed 1 single Moral Point for this ending somewhere in the beginning of the game. FML. ;_; NOT replaying it. Good for a once-through, or maybe another playthrough in a few years, but not right now.
+Jonathan Borg Yea I know the last game was like this, but they should have been more lenient in the required moral points. I saved everyone I saw and spared both villians and played mostly non lethal and I didn't get this.
I don't think the other ending is bad. This one is just better. I would have tried to get this ending, if you didn't need to do a bunch of menial activities like listening to a guard for a minute, rather than critical choices like saving or killing Vladsnidski (forgive me if I just botched that spelling). Still though, I enjoyed the game.
I also believe it works in that way... I think I replayed some levels during my first playthrough to obtain some moral points I missed and I still got the "bad" ending.
IMO, the safest option to go after the canon ending is to begin a new game and follow moral points guides to don't miss most of them in all levels.
I did all i can for the redemption ending but i didn't get one. i now remember i didn't got that teddy bear for the kid and just ran away without saving the bear. Anybody know could i just play those chapters and finish those tasks and play the last chapter for a redemption ending? or i have to play the full game?
I read some people who said the same thing as you before doing my second playthrough (I had the bad in my first one) but I had my doubts so I tried to do an almost complete "pacifist" gameplay (which believe me, it is not easy) XD
I only killed people in the levels where it was unavoidable (the train chase and the Pavel ambush if I'm not mistaken) and took care to explore secret spots at all levels, listen to all conversations and help people/creatures. Fortunately my efforts gave results and I obtained the good canon ending too.
+GamingReviews There are levels which I believe you must play stealthy if you want to get the good ending: the Nazi and Communist bases escapes to be precise.
If you complete those levels without being detected, not killing anyone and listening to all the guards conversations you win a lot of decisive good moral points.
I tried to avoid killing people, but this was according to my own moral compass which apparently wasn't pure enough :L
Soldiers were knocked out, bandits and executioners were slaughtered.
I managed to save the big momma, saved pavel and saved Lesnitzky
Here I am sparing as many people as possible, never shooting anyone without a gun or who doesn't know I'm there, or who surrender, and it turns out I have to play instruments hidden around the Metro to gain forgiveness?
I really disliked how in 2033 and Last Light the ending you get is based upon a number of unconnected hidden things, like playing a guitar or listening to a conversation :/
They're both great games, but some of the design decisions really astound me..
I played through Metro: Last Light as the embodiment of Redemption. With a heart filled with honest grief and guilt because of my actions in Metro: 2033. I was new to the outside world, naive and sometimes cruel even. Never helping a beggar, killing everyone and everything in my way.
So I listened to Khan's wisdom, became the better person.
I saved the little one, and he saved his people. I made sure the weapons & viruses of D6 would never kill again.
That is my Legacy
That is my Redemption
Eventhough this ending is the more positive one, I think the self sacrifice ending fits the game and the character better. In blowing himself up he is atoning for his near destruction of the dark ones.
Granted the game's does feel short, but you've really got to look at it as though it were a book... Because that's actually what it is, the author, Dmitri Glukhovsky, who wrote this games's script will be publishing the novel "Metro 2035" this December, it's based on this game (Which wouldn't be that hard to do, as I said, he did the script) and will be vastly expanded upon what we saw in the game, could be interesting... But yeah, my main question is.. Why have you gone into an ALL CAPS RAGE!!!
THE GAME IS TOO DAMN SHORT! NOT ENOUGH FREEDOM IN THE GAME! U JUST FOLLOW THE STORYLINE! GOD DAMMIT! OTHER THAN THAT THE GAME IS CUUL! BUT FUCK THIS GAME! BECAUSE OF WHAT I JUST SAID! GOD DAMMIT! ITS A PRETTY NICE GAME OVERALL! BUT FUCK IT! ETJU=)EJTG=)UJGT=)EJSAGDVB=)OIESJGDBSEDGBVdgbfdsxhb
Best Game for "Dem Feels" Ever. It's not often that a game is able to get me utterly immersed in it's story, but Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light were able to do that with the greatest of ease. Simply because I know that my species may one day find itself in this very situation... and if that happens, I hope that the human race will be able to earn redemption and forgiveness for the countless crimes and injustices it has committed upon itself over it's long, long history.
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