Although Metro 2033 is a story about Artyom’s journey through the metro, it’s equally also about Artyom’s growth as a person. The video game reflects this, and, unlike the novel, also allows the player to influence this.
Do the Metro games follow the books?
No, but yes. There isn’t a simple answer to this really – for example: the book Metro 2035 features some of the events and characters that were shown in the game Last Light (i.e. the Battle for D6 and Anna), but misses out others (such as the Baby Dark One).
Do the Metro games spoil the books?
So reading the book after having played the game only expands upon it, but doesn’t contradict anything. However, reading all three books first before playing both games (like you suggested) will only lead to a lot of confusion and spoiling major plot points of Last Light.
Is Metro 2033 book the same as the game?
Metro 2033 was based on the novel of the same name, but the second novel, Metro 2034, wouldn’t really work as a game, so Glukhovsky collaborated with 4A Games to write Metro: Last Light. Part way through this project the author realised the story was too big for the game, which resulted in a third Metro novel.
Is Metro 2033 based on the book?
Metro 2033 (novel), a 2002 novel by Russian author Dmitry Glukhovsky. Metro 2033 (video game), a 2010 first-person shooter video game based on the novel.
What was Metro 2033 based on?
Metro 2033 is a 2010 first-person shooter video game developed by 4A Games and published by THQ. The story is based on Dmitry Glukhovsky’s novel of the same name, where survivors of a nuclear war have taken refuge in the Metro tunnels of Moscow.
Will there be a new Metro book?
According to the author of the Metro book series, Dmitry Glukhovsky, the “series will be continued“. In a post on the author’s Instagram, he confirmed that he is currently working on the story for the next installment in the franchise.
How did Artyom survive Metro Last Light?
Artyom drives to the train tracks and is rescued by the other Rangers, who keep him alive through blood transfusions. As Artyom lapses in and out of consciousness, he dreams of Miller, who leads him through a metro tunnel with a bright light at the end.
Is Metro Last Light based on Metro 2034?
A sequel to Metro 2033 written by Russian author Dmitry Glukhovsky, Last Light, is not related to his next book Metro 2034. Instead, it serves as a direct sequel to the first game, with the majority of the ideas created by 4A Games.
Who is the main character of Metro 2034?
Artyom Popov – A protagonist of Metro 2034 and no other books, not to be confused with Artyom of the main series. Homer – Writer, protagonist of Metro 2034, and key character of Metro 2035.
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