I.G.I. Origins is the prequel to Project I.G.I, coming to the PC in 2021, first details and screenshots

Toadman Interactive has unveiled the first trailer and details for I.G.I. Origins; a multi-format Cold War spy-oriented stealth shooter. The title is currently in development for PC, Xbox One and PS4, and will release in 2021.

Antimatter Games, the studio behind Rising Storm and Red Orchestra, is currently developing the game. Moreover, I.G.I. Origins is set in an alternate 1980s where Cold War spy conflicts take center stage with cinematic flair.

Featuring signature gunplay with tactical realism as well as stealth, gadgets, and a focus on narrative, I.G.I. Origins puts the player in the role of a male or female super spy with MI6. Players will also go on a high-stakes thrill ride across the globe in settings with an iconic 80s look and feel, with a do-or-die chance to redeem their reputation as a secret agent—and to save the world.

As a prequel to the beloved games from 2000 and 2003 that were well-known for their stealth action, open maps and hellish difficulty, the new game will allow fans to explore the origins of some of the characters and organizations from the originals.

Robin Flodin, CEO of Toadman Interactive, said:

“The teams at Toadman and Antimatter has fond memories of playing the original games back in the day. We are very happy to take the franchise to the next level.”

Lastly, Toadman revealed the game’s first screenshots that you can find below.

Enjoy!

IGI: Origins - Teaser Trailer

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