There's a lot riding on the shoulders of Metro: Last Light protagonist Artyom's shoulders, but not everyone believes he will be up to the task.

Metro: Last Light is the follow-up to Metro: 2033, the post-apocalyptic first-person shooter where ammo was rare and the monstrous enemies were bullet sponges. Metro: 2033 was based on the book of the same name, but this sequel takes place within the game universe, and doesn't follow the progression of the novels.

In this latest trailer, Artyom's life and quest is given a hard once-over by a soldier named Anna. We're given glimpses of what looks like Artyom's life, which Anna doesn't exactly approve of. There are also some monsters and a decent amount of weapons shown off.

Metro: Last Light looks to be an improvement over the original game, which bodes well for Deep Silver and 4A Games. The sequel is due out on May 14th, so we won't have to wait much longer to find out if Artyom is able to prove his doubters wrong, and save the people relying on him.