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In an interview with THQ's Huw Beynon, who works very closely with Metro: Last Light developer, 4a Games, we learn about the forthcoming sequel's new tech, how they've paced the story in sequence to 2033, author Dmitry Glukhovskyas' involvement and touch on multiplayer.

"We explore some slightly different themes in Metro: Last Light, which starts in a very different position," Huw told us. "[Artyon is] a little bit older and wiser; he’s also trying to live with the consequences of his decision from the first game, and there’s some really interesting stuff to explore there."

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Lewk
Posted 05:36pm 06/8/12
Awesome interview. Can't wait for the game.
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