Dmitry Glukhovsky’s book, Metro 2033 was the inspiration of the 2010 game of the same name. Also drawing from Metro 2033 is Metro: Last Light, which does not relate to Metro 2034 novel sequel. You again play as Artyom, a Ranger who is trying to find “The Dark One” who may hold answers to their questions. Along the way is tension, action, betrayal, and loyalty. If you didn’t happen to play the first game, the opening cinematic of Last Light does a good job of catching you up.
While looking around the hub town of “Venice” in Metro: Last Light, I came across a table containing the Metro series of books. Among them was the Metro 2035 book cover. It is going to follow the same story as the video game Metro: Last Light, but covering the plot and dialogue in much greater detail and length. No release date has been announced yet for Dmitry Glukhovsky’s Metro 2035.
It’ll be interesting to see if the following series of Metro games will borrow from 2034 and 2035.