Metro: Last Light Live Action Film Teaser Revealed

THQ release a teaser for short film Enter The Metro.

With THQ's excellent looking Metro: Last Light not set for release until the first quarter of 2013, fans could be forgiven for feeling unsatiated after early teases suggested that the sequel is going to be properly kick-ass. But now, to feed those needs, thanks to the development team we have the first teaser for live action Metro: Last Light short film Enter The Metro, which will debut in just two days on the 24th on the official website. Here's the teaser trailer, which has a distinctly ominous feel to it... Definitely looking forward to seeing how this one goes: anything to spread the Metro: Last Light love really at this stage. It already feels like an age since we were treated to gameplay footage at E3 last year, and hopefully interest in the game won't wane because of the push back. You can see that gameplay video here... Here's the official low-down on the game from THQ:
Metro: Last Light will immerse the player in the haunting, desolate ruins of post-apocalyptic Moscow, one of the most richly detailed and beautifully realised gaming worlds of modern times. Developer 4A Games will deliver a terrifying, atmospheric single-player adventure that fuses thrilling combat with exploration and survival horror to create a unique, memorable experience. €œWe believe that Metro 2033 was a flawed masterpiece,€ said Danny Bilson, EVP Core Games, THQ. €œIt was a beautiful, original game that didn€™t get the marketing support it needed. We won€™t make that mistake with Metro: Last Light. This game improves on the original in every way €“ it will have more polish, deeper and more sophisticated gameplay, and satisfyingly visceral combat, without losing what our fans loved about the original. Metro: Last Light is another artful piece of game development from an Eastern European studio that will thrill and terrify anyone looking for a more cerebral experience than your typical first person shooter.€ Metro: Last Light pitches the player into the midst of a desperate civil war for control over a doomsday device that threatens to destroy humanity forever. The epic single-player campaign and unique multiplayer experience will benefit from the extraordinary lighting, physics and destruction made possible by Metro: Last Light€™s bespoke 4A Engine technology.
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