If the latest trailer for upcoming Metro: Last Light
from developer 4A Games
is any indication, I'm going to speculate the transition from publisher THQ
to Deep Silver
hasn't negatively affected the game's development or narrative scopes. Everything I've seen of Metro: Last Light thus far from its presentation at last year's E3
to the latest trailer has me eagerly awaiting to return to the dark underground tunnels of the Metro. After absolutely falling in love with the original Metro 2033, the developers at 4A Games clearly know how to craft a game that contains a compelling narrative in addition to heart-stomping action sequences.
Metro: Last Light
will be available on May 14 for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Windows PC.