Thu, Feb 25, 2010 | 16:59 GMT
Glukhovsky remains coy on Metro 2033 follow-up
Metro 2033 author Dmitry Glukhovsky has remained mum on a possible follow-up with Metro 2034.
Speaking with VG247 at an event for the title in London last week, Glukhovsky, asked if a Metro 2034 game was in the works as well as writing on Metro 2035, said:
“We can’t answer that. It’s THQ’s secret. But hopefully this is going to be the start of a big franchise.
“We all hope it will flourish and prosper. I’m using it as an opportunity to expand this world and turn it into a real universe.”
Right now, Metro 2033 will release on March 19 in the UK for 360 and PC. There’s no PS3 version coming because of a “business decision” made by THQ.
However, the publisher insists that if you are getting it for either platform, there’ll be enough there to keep everyone interested, including those into multiplayer.
Our full interview with Dmitry Glukhovsky and Metro 2033 producer Huw Beynon is here.