Metro: Last Light launch trailer

Metro-Last-Light-2 Metro: Last Light is finally out!...well for North America that is. A launch trailer was released for the sequel of 4A Games's Metro 2033. The launch trailer pretty much covers everything about Last light. The creepy underground metro system. The dead wasteland on the surface, and mutant-like monsters that always has an interest with you. Let's have a look at Moscow's post-apocalyptic wasteland shall we?

I actually want to play this game since I enjoyed Metro 2033 thanks to the game's atmosphere and setting. It's out in the US right now, but no word when Metro: Last Light retail copies are coming to the Philippines. Steam will have Last Light unlocked on May 17 in South East Asia. so it looks like we have to wait just a little bit longer until we get to control Atryom and walk around the underground metro.

Metro: Last Light release date confirmed

Metro Last Light-ss01 Metro: Last Light now has a release date. We get to wander through the Metro once again as Atryom on May 14 for NA, and May 17 for the rest of the world. The game will be out on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC.

Thanks to THQ going under, many franchises including Metro: Last Light was left homeless. But during the THQ Auction Sale, Publisher Deep Silver(Dead Island, Dead Island: Riptide) picked up the Metro franchise keeping it alive.

A tweet from the game's official Twitter also adds that the extra time gives 4A Games more time to really polish the Last Light. By all means, take all the time you need. I'm just grateful that the franchise and 4A Games has a new home to make business continue as usual.

I had a great time with the first Metro game. I wanted more out of the post-apocalyptic survival shooter when I finished it, so I can't wait to wander around the Metro once again.

Just in case you are curious on the gameplay, take a look at this 12 minute demo below.

Metro: Last Light Genesis trailer, free PC copies of Metro 2033 being given away

Metro Last Light I01 Metro: Last Light's latest trailer called "Genesis" is quite depressing. This bible-quoting trailer shows gameplay footage of the game, but focuses more on the game's doomed world.

Metro: Last Light is the sequel to the 2010 game Metro 2033, which was based on a post-apocalyptic science fiction novel of the same name.

Together with the trailer above, THQ is offering free Steam copies of Metro 2033. If you want to grab a copy of the first game, all you got to do is head over to Metro's Facebook page and like it. After doing so, you will be given a Steam redeem code.

I highly recommend you try Metro 2033 if you haven't yet. It's a great shooter with an eerie atmosphere and that need to save up on ammo to survive.

Metro: Last Light is planned for a March 2013 release on Playstation 3, Xbox 360, and PC.

Metro: Last Light E3 gameplay demo part III

Metro Last Light's last part of their E3 demo has been released. In this video, we have the protagonist Artyom and Khan in a deep tunnel chasing a train full of baddies.


Post apocalyptic Moscow is looking better than ever. The whole setting of the game is in Moscow's metro system underground. With the nuclear fallout in the surface, mostly everybody is now living in the metro, trying to survive with mutants and other factions in the metro. It's dark and scary, and most of the time you only see your flashlight as you go around the Metro. Another FPS that I just can't wait to get my hands on. Here's part 1 and part 2 of the E3 demo if you missed it.

Part 1

Part 2


If you want a good old classic FPS title that focuses only on the single player, you should try out the first game, Metro 2033. It will give you a better understanding about what Last Light is all about, plus It's just a great shooter that gave me that old Doom feel.

Metro: Last Light will be out next year 2012, no release date yet.