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Post by Eorl @ 03:16pm 23/11/12 | 0 Comments
Continuing on from the last live action trailer, 4A Games has revealed the fate of the Preacher in the first of the Metro: Last Light "Survivor" trailers. While publisher THQ has been dealing with a bit of trouble lately, 4A Games has been continuing their path with the development of post-apocalyptic title Metro: Last Light, and the latest trailer doesn't damper hopes at all.
They fled to the refuge of the Metro and escaped Armageddon. Now beneath the toxic wastelands, these lucky few adapt to survive in this new and inhospitable world, an unrelenting purgatory.

"They mocked and ignored me, said I was mad. Now in this purgatory, my enlightened words are their only truth..."
Fans might find this Preacher fellow familiar, as he was the one screaming to the skies when Moscow was burning in the previous live action trailer, Enter the Metro.

Metro: Last Light is set for March 2013 and will be available on PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.






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