Tag Archives: Dmitry Glukhovsky
Sat, Apr 27, 2013 | 19:17 BST
Those who purchase Metro: Last Light through Steam will be given a free digital copy of the novel Metro 2033 once they authenticate the game. Written by Dmitry Glukhovsky, Metro 2033 and Metro 2034 have sold more than 2 million copies worldwide and his latest book, Metro 2035, will available outside of Russia this year. Metro: Last Light will be available May 14 within the US and May 17 across Europe on PC, PS3, and Xbox 360. Thanks, Blue.
Thu, Jul 01, 2010 | 18:13 BST
Thu, Feb 25, 2010 | 16:59 GMT
Metro 2033 author Dmitry Glukhovsky has remained mum on a possible follow-up with Metro 2034.
Thu, Feb 25, 2010 | 15:45 GMT
Producer Huw Beynon has said that despite Metro 2033 not having any multiplayer, consumers will have “several reasons” to replay the game based on Dmitry Glukhovsky’s novel.
Thu, Feb 25, 2010 | 17:02 GMT
THQ’s Huw Beynon has revealed that the reason Metro 2033 is not coming to PS3 was a “business decision”.
Thu, Feb 25, 2010 | 18:18 GMT
While the post-apocalyptic setting is hardly new for games, few titles are based on a wildly successful near-future novel focused on sci-fi and Russian political satire in the Moscow underground. Very few, in fact.
Metro 2033 is unique in that respect. Built closely on Dmitry Glukhovsky’s book of the same name, it’s the first project from Ukrainian 4A Games, a splinter company formed from S.T.A.L.K.E.R. dev GSC. The FPS looks mint, to be blunt, throwing online everything firmly out of its irradiated window, dropping the HUD and sticking to plot only.
We caught up with Dmitry and producer Huw Beynon in London last week to find out more on the novel’s relationship to the game, why THQ decided to not go with a PS3 version and how Glukhovsky plans to smash international writing boundaries with an ambitious personal book publishing operation. Sterling stuff.
Sat, Jan 09, 2010 | 18:38 GMT
Update: According to a post from the official Metro 2033 account (thanks, David), there has not been a release date announced for the game – yet. See the tweet for yourself here. Sigh.
Original: Metro 2033, 4A’s depiction of Dmitry Glukhovsky’s Moscow after nuclear annihilation in 2013, will land on store shelves March 16, according to Game Informer.