Here’s the rusty old crap you’ll use in Metro: Last Light

Metro Last Light

By on April 24, 2013 at 2:55 pm

It emerged seemingly unscathed from the rubble of THQ and now first person action sequel Metro: Last Light is just a few short weeks away. If you’ve already taken in chapters one and two of the Survival Guide video series, you’ll be just about ready for the third and final instalment.

The new clip focuses on the game’s weapons and inventory. The guns in Last Light’s predecessor generally controlled as well as three legged shopping trolleys, which was probably to be expected given the (post apocalyptic) circumstances. The brief glimpse at the updated arsenal appears to confirm that a degree of finesse will again be required.

Metro: Last Light is slated to arrive on PC on 16 May.

5 comments (Leave your own)
kinistoniscool

man i think i need a new pc or graphics card to play this game tss tss :(

 

Makes me want to pull out and play the original again.

 

Wasn’t really on my radar as I haven’t played the original, now It’s definitely on my play list.

 

the graphics are amazing :o if the gameplay/atmosphere is anything like the first, which is certainly is looking like it is! this is going to be awsome :D

 

already pre-ordered :D now just to finish 2033…

 
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