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Post by Dan @ 10:55am 14/07/11 | 0 Comments
THQ have released a new trailer for Metro Last Light, the upcoming sequel to the Ukrain-developed first person shooter Metro 2033. The new trailer features footage from the gameplay demo that was shown behind closed-doors to press at E3 2011 and offers a look at some outdoor environments.

Unfortunately, you can only currently watch it in low res on THQ's official Metro Facebook page and only after you "Like" the page. However, this being the Internet, enterprising citizens have already uploaded the clip to Youtube, so if you're don't like to like or don't have a Facebook account, check out the embed below.

We'll update when a HD version of the trailer is available for local hosting, but that won't likely be until tomorrow.

Metro Last Light is due on PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in March 2012. For more details, check out AusGamers' first look preview.






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