James Bond 007 Legends – Available Now On Consoles, PC Version Dated

Activision has revealed the release date of the PC version for James Bond’s 007 Legends video game. Although the title is currently available for all console gamers, PC gamers will have to wait until November 2nd. Naturally, the PC version will launch on Valve’s distribution service, Steam, so keep an eye on it.
David Oxford, EVP/General Manager, Activision Publishing said:
“The team at Eurocom has really outdone themselves this time with 007 Legends, delivering a very unique and comprehensive Bond video game we’re sure fans will enjoy playing. Fans not only get to experience these great, defining moments from Bond’s past that have made him the spy he is today, but they also get to become Daniel Craig’s modern-day Bond, and play through an all-new, contemporary story mission based on the upcoming SKYFALL film that comes out as DLC. This really is the most robust and unique Bond video game experience to date.”
David G. Wilson, VP of Global Business Strategy, EON added:
“Eurocom, Activision, EON and Danjaq should be extremely proud of their collaboration to make the most diverse Bond video game to date. 007 Legends pays great homage to the Bond legacy and is another way for fans to interact with the world’s favourite spy as we celebrate the 50th anniversary.”
007 Legends is developed by Eurocom and is said to feature an impressive roster of past and present Bond film talent, including Daniel Craig’s James Bond; Michael Lonsdale as the villainous Hugo Drax and Richard Kiel as his notorious henchman, Jaws, from Moonraker; Naomie Harris as Eve from SKYFALL; Toby Stephens as Gustav Graves in Die Another Day; and Carey Lowell as Agent Pam Bouvier in Licence to Kill.

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