THQ is giving the Metro series another try with Metro: Last Light. Metro: Last Light is the sequel to Metro 2033, a game that THQ executive Danny Bilson called “a flawed masterpiece.” Metro: Last Light is going to be released in 2012 for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC.
4A Games is returning as the developer behind Metro: Last Light. We’re also returning to Moscow in the year 2034 where humanity still hasn’t given up in trying to completely annihilate each other. It seems that the first apocalypse wasn’t good enough. Fighting off non-human hostile forces is not the sole objective in Metro: Last Light. The citizens of the Metro are fighting each other for control of a doomsday device. We’ll control Artyom once again as he tries to fix everything with a few well-placed bullets.
Metro: Last Light will also have a multiplayer component that’s been described as “unique.” We’ll be the judge of that.
There’s not much to go on right now about Metro: Last Light. We’ll leave you with the game’s debut trailer.
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