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EA Fact Sheet

Product Description
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Developers: Electronic Arts
Ship Date: Late 2001
Category: First Person Action Shooter

Bond fans rejoice… MGM's blockbuster international superspy is coming to the popular next generation console system. James Bond 007 in…Agent Under Fire™ for the PlayStation® 2 will deliver a unique and complete game experience that thrusts the player into the world of secret agent 007.

The game will feature a completely new and original single player storyline - exclusively designed for the platform - that stays true to the Bond film legacy. Agent Under Fire, a first person action title, promises to deliver a well balanced mixture of missions/levels filled with furious action and stealth, as well as whirlwind driving that is complimented by state-of-the art gadgets and sophisticated spy-craft that Bond fans expect.

As Bond, players must defeat the evil criminal mastermind Malprave, head of a rising terrorist organization that is bent on ruling the world with their clone technology and army of clones. Helping Bond along the way will be the gorgeous Zoe Nightshade and a cast of familiar characters. Each of the more than 10 exotic locations around the world will contain a generous offering of challenging missions and objectives.

The player can choose to blast their way through each level using hi-tech weaponry, quietly rely on spycraft tricks and gadgets to accomplish objectives - or do a little of both. The driving levels will offer an array of 007-inspired exotic cars and daredevil combat from the movies. Only through the clever utilization of Q-lab weapons and gadgets along with Bond-style wit, will the player be able to defeat Malprave's minions… and get the girl.

The game will utilize next generation console technology to help bring to life the detailed 3-D environments such as a massive deep sea oil rig set atop a secret underwater base. Agent Under Fire will feature strikingly beautiful women characters and the thrilling Bond moments that distinguish the 007 films from all others.

Agent Under Fire for the PlayStation 2 will feature both single and up to four-player multiplayer split screen modes.


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