Mobius trailer for Metro: Last Light gives slow-motion exploration of underground horror

Metro: Last Light

By on June 7, 2013 at 11:01 am

The trailer below is apparently all the work of one man: Alexander Bereznyak at 4A Games, who began his career as a capture artist and then moved into production. Despite his new role, he continued to work on this trailer — and now 4A have released it for us to enjoy. Ironically it should probably have been released earlier, as it’s probably the best piece of marketing for the game yet and really shows off the great atmosphere the game creates.

Check out our video review Metro: Last Light over here.

6 comments (Leave your own)

Simply Amazing

 

Great clip. Might buy it just based on that…

 

Very nice,

The game was great and the trailer does portray the same feel in the game that no matter how much Artyom [and the people in this video] struggles against the world and it’s horrors it seems like nothing will change.

 

A great video for an excellent FPS.

 
|3lack|)eath

Holy crap, amazing trailer

 

Loved the game. Just wish I had bought it on media instead of through steam.

 
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