Today the highly anticipated sequel to post-apocalyptic shooter Metro 2033 is being showcased in the new Ranger Survival Guide video Enemy Danger which was released today by publisher Deep Silver and development studio 4A Games. Metro: Last Light will release for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Windows PC May 14, 2013 for North America and a few days later on the 17th of May 2013 for Europe.
In this Enemy Danger trailer for Metro: Last Light gameplay footage is shown as well as the reflective consequences of players’ actions and choices in the game’s vast world in which you are faced with becoming the liberator of mankind from the after effects of our devastation and mutations. Metro: Last Light will seem to play on a legendary myth as old as time, in which the box of pandora has been opened with all the wonders and evils of the world spilling out of it leaving only one “Last Light” of hope.
The salvager of mankind speaks through bullets in this First Person Shooter for the hardcore player that appreciates presentation and experience as well as precision killing in the “End of the World” environment. After all, aren’t we all just practicing for the armageddon?
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Team17 is having a sale in the USA PlayStation Store going on until December 6th that offers up to 66% discount on PlayStation 3 and PSP games and downloadable content. Some of the offerings include the Worms Armageddon Battle Pack for just $2.49 as well as any Alien Breed game for $4.99 and the just recently released Worms: Battle Islands for PSP at only $8.49. Check out the full discount list excerpt from the press released below:
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