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Metro: Last Light Developer Teasing New Game

Author: David Lozada
17-Sep-2016

Category: News

Developer 4A Games is teasing a new game that could be VR related, if hints from the studio's social media accounts are any indication. Given the fact that the company hasn't released a game in three years, it seems likely that an announcement is imminent.

Metro: Last Light Developer Teasing New Game
Developer 4A Games is teasing a new game on their social media channels that could be VR related.

Beginning on September 1 when the studio posted a 360-degree photo of their space on Facebook, where a countdown could be seen on a wall that ended at the same time the Oculus Connect 3 conference is set to begin, the developer has since also posted a pair of images on Twitter and Facebook, each with their own separate "give you a hand" joke:

Twitter image teasing a new game by developer 4A Games
Facebook image teasing a new game by developer 4A Games
It's important to note that in the same 360-degree picture, Oculus Rift headsets can be seen in the background, lending to speculation that a VR game is in the works.

The studio is due for a game release sometime soon, seeing as the time interval between Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light was about three years, and Last Light released three years ago. Only time will tell, but fans may only have to wait until next month at the Oculus conference to find out more.



Source:
https://www.facebook.com/4aGames/photos/a.441262092613430.100150.338168536256120/1162948270444805/?type=3&theater
https://twitter.com/4AGames
https://www.facebook.com/4aGames/photos/a.441262092613430.100150.338168536256120/1186411024765196/?type=3&theater
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