I was afraid the Metro series would die after the fantastic, but sadly overlooked Metro 2033. Thankfully, THQ is giving us a sequel and it looks just haunting as the original. 2033 remains as one of the most atmospheric and spine-chilling games I’ve ever played, and anyone who had to silently creep past the ghosts in those empty tunnels is fully aware of just how intensely unnerving that game could be. We haven’t seen much from the game since its announcement last year, but on May 24th at 11am EST/8 am PST we’ll get what looks like a fantastically creepy live-action short film to help get us in the mood for Metro: Last Light. Head past the break for the painfully brief teaser.
Metro: Last Light is planned to release in the first quarter of 2013 for the PS3, Xbox 360, PC, and Wii U.