Activision to Release 007 Legends Video Game
Video games company Activision Publishing has announced 007 Legends video game. Fans that reserve an early copy of 007 Legends in North America – planned to launch October 16th – will gain access to the Nemesis Pack from Amazon.com and the 007 Pack from GameStop.
According to Activision, the content of each of these pre-order packs are as follows.
Pre-order Now from Amazon.com – Nemesis Pack
Play 007 Legends through the eyes of two notorious Bond rivals – Jaws and Baron Samedi. With the Nemesis Pack, gamers get to play as Moonraker’s space-suited henchman or Live and Let Die’s voodoo king sporting his iconic skeleton paint in the Legends and multiplayer split-screen modes. Unlockable only for the Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft and PlayStation 3 system, for a limited time.
Pre-order Now from GameStop – The 007 Pack
Players will be able to dress for success in split-screen multiplayer mode with an exclusive James Bond character outfit, and additionally, use the most famous of James Bond’s handguns – the Walther PPK pistol. With the 007 Pack, fans also get early access to the Fast Switch gadget, which increases weapon swap speed by 50%. Unlockable only for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 system, for a limited time.
007 Legends features an original, overarching storyline tying together five classic Bond movie-inspired missions, plus a sixth mission based on this year’s movie – SKYFALL – which will be available as post-launch downloadable content.
Each movie-inspired mission in 007 Legends includes multiple levels featuring re-imagined movie moments that showcase state-of-the-art spy gadgets, an arsenal of weapons, sleek vehicles and exotic locations, where players will use Bond’s quick wits and style to take down notorious villains and their brutal henchmen.
007 Legends is being developed by Eurocom, under license from EON Productions Ltd. and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, Inc. (MGM) for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 system, and Windows PC. The game is currently rated “RP” (Rating Pending) by the ESRB.
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