THQ has released a new version of its Metro: Last Light trailer, which shows us fans more of what we can expect from the sequel to one of last year’s best titles. The video is seemingly an extended cut of the one they previously released, with all of the Portishead drum-heavy music included.
Another version of the trailer aired this morning on GameTrailers TV, showing just the Moscow ruins, with an English-speaking narrator and his Russian accent.
We’ll have to wait until 2012 for our next outing in Russia’s underground tunnel system, but it’s sure to be worth it if it’s anything like its great predecessor. Look for it on the PS3 and XBOX 360 consoles.
Check out the trailer below, to whet your appetite. Also, if you’ve yet to try Metro: 2033, please run to the closest video game store and pick up a cheap copy. It’ll be well-worth your hard earned pennies.