Do you ever wonder what made the book Metro 2033 so great or why THQ decided to make a game of it? Tonight, the author of Metro 2033, Dmitry Glukhovsky, will be available for a live chat on Twitter and Facebook. Anyone is welcome whether you speak English, Russian, German, French, or Spanish. If the game trailers are any indication of a good story, I need to find this book and read it now. All the info you need to know about tonight’s Q/A session is below.
The author of Metro 2033 the book will be answering your questions from 21.00 – 23.00 GMT
Metro 2033, the upcoming FPS for Xbox 360 and PC is based on the cult novel of the same name by Russian author Dmitry Glukhovsky.
Dmitry first published the novel on his own website and, after attracting some 2 million online readers, secured a publishing deal in Russia and has since seen Metro 2033 published across Europe to huge critical acclaim.
Dmitry will be online between 21.00 and 23.00 GMT to answer your questions via our Metro 2033 Twitter and Facebook pages. Want to know where he got his inspiration from? Need tips on how to publish your first novel? Now’s your chance to ask!
Dmitry speaks Russian, English, German, French and a little Spanish, and will be happy to receive and answer questions in these languages!
Here’s how you can get involved:
Become a fan of our Facebook page at www.Facebook.com/Metro2033 – we’ll post a new Update when the Q & A goes live, then all you need to do is post your question in the comments thread that forms below.
Follow us at www.Twitter.com/Metro2033 – then from 9.00pm GMT, direct your question to @Metro2033 and add the #Metro2033 hashtag to your tweet.
If you’re outside the UK, the times are:
US Pacific Coast: 13.00 – 15.00
US East Coast: 16:00 – 18.00
UK / GMT: 21.00 – 23.00
Central Europe: 22.00 – 24.00
Russia: 24.00 – 02.00