Second part of Metro: Last Light E3 demo released

By Stephany Nunneley, Thursday, 28 July 2011 15:09 GMT

THQ has released part two of its E3 demo of Metro: Last Light, the first pat can be found here. The third part will be released at a later date. It’s a rather short video, yet it’s still very lovely despite the dark. During a call to investors last night, THQ CEO Brian Farrell stated Metro 2033 didn’t receive the marketing support it deserved, and the firm doesn’t plan on repeating the same mistake with Last Light. The game’s release is planned for the first half of FY2013.

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