Today, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment breached enemy lines and received new intel on the assassins we will face in the upcoming handheld title, Spy Hunter.
The enemies may have advanced, but we’ve equipped your Interceptor with new upgrades to help combat and out maneuver them in upcoming missions.
Spy Hunter, a reboot of the legendary combat series developed by TT Fusion for the PlayStation Vita and Nintendo 3DS, once again has players take the role of the “Agent,” a world class spy and driver of the high-tech G-6155 Interceptor supercar.
The Agent must take down a global terrorist organization set on world domination. Armed with advanced weaponry, the Interceptor seamlessly transforms into various high performance vehicles, which allows players to veer off track, even turning into a boat or off-roading SUV.
Spy Hunter also features thrilling crash choreography, a camera system that follows the action, full customization and multiplayer functionality.
Spy Hunter is set to release later this Fall.