Monday 27th March 2017,
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Metro: Last Light – Live Action Short Film

ENTER THE METRO….IF YOU CAN.

The Moscow Metro. A monumental feat of Soviet engineering, with a dark secondary purpose – to serve as a refuge in the event of an atomic attack. As the Cold War thawed and the threat of nuclear annihilation seemed to fade, this purpose was forgotten — except by a few, waiting for the signal, ready to open the vaults … the last refuge for the remnants of mankind.

Metro: Last Light is the upcoming sequel to 2010’s critically acclaimed cult classic Metro 2033, originally showcased at the 2011 E3.  It is a  post-apocalyptic action based game with a combo of survival horror and FPS elements.  The game was previously announced as Metro 2034,  and although author Dmitry Glukhovsky has apparently been working with the developers, it bears no relevance to the book Metro 2034.

You can also watch the E3 Trailer we posted back in July, here.

Release Date: Q4 2012
Platforms: PC, Playstation 3, Xbox 360, Wii U
Label: THQ
Genre: First Person Shooter, Horror
Age Rating: T

IF THIS DOESN’T GET YOU IN THE MOOD FOR THE APOCALYPSE….

THEN NOTHING WILL.

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