Take a look at the "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" mission from the upcoming
James Bond videogame '007 Legends' as new screen shots are released...
Mission 2 Screenshots
29th June 2012
Activision have unveiled a new mission and set of screenshots
for the upcoming James Bond videogame '007
Legends', based on the
1969 adventure "On Her Majesty's Secret Service".
Much of the action takes place in and around Blofeld's mountain-top lair, Piz Gloria - both inside the luxury clinic and outside on the snowy slopes.
True love is hard to find but James Bond has
finally found his equal in the beautiful Tracy di Vicenzo, the
daughter of European crime syndicate head Marc-Ange Draco - Bond's
key contact for tracking down criminal mastermind Ernst Stavro
Blofeld. After wooing Tracy and their ensuing whirlwind romance,
they jet set off to the Swiss Alps as Bond pursues Blofeld. It's
here, in a picturesque Alpine setting, that gamers encounter
an avalanche of action. Blofeld is aware of Bond's undercover
ruse and kidnaps Tracy, luring Bond into a rescue mission involving
a fast-paced downhill ski chase and a confrontation in a high-flying
cable car, which also uncovers Blofeld's master plan to release
a deadly virus in five of the world's largest cities. With the
help of Tracy's father, players must infiltrate Blofeld's private
research facility in the Swiss Alps, thwart the release of the
virus and save Tracy before it's too late.
A first-of-its-kind Bond video game, 007 Legends
features an original, overarching storyline tying together six
classic Bond movies, concluding with this year's highly-anticipated
23rd installment - "Skyfall" -
to offer the most diverse Bond gaming experience yet. The remaining
four missions missions will be unveiled as we get closer to the
October 16th 2012 release date.
007 Legends is being developed by Eurocom, under
license from EON Productions Ltd. and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios,
for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from
Microsoft and PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system.