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Agent is one of those games in development hell that fans of Rockstar Games and the PS3 will tout as a coming Messiah of gaming. With so little known about the title, it's easy to get carried away the speculation. Thankfully, some concept art has leaked out thanks to an artist's profile. The two shots below came with the artist's job descriptor:

Prepare task schedules for art team in conjunction with Lead Artist, Producer, and designers. Identify and review task risks and recommend solutions and contingencies. Be involved in the design process, offering advice and information from an art and technical perspective. Liaise with QA department to assist in testing plan procedures and standards. Creation of map environments and interiors for in game and cut scenes. The application and creative use of in-house lighting, portals, and exporters.

So, these are AGENT environments? And they were created in 2009? Where's the game now?

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