THQ flips the switch on the Metro: Last Light trailer for E3 11, a first-person shooter with survival horror elements. As if taking the subway in Moscow wasn't scary enough, prepare to unleash hell on Nazis, Communists and the mysterious Dark Ones.
The sequel to Metro: 2033, Artyom returns as the last light of hope in the dark depths of the Metro tunnels. At the risk of making Kurt Vonnegut spin in his grave, this game promises to be a Subway Slaughterhouse 5000.
Metro: Last Light departs from the station in 2012.