New screens of IGI2: Covert Strike appeared in a measured blaze of silenced bullets today, giving a good indication that final code of the Inner Loop-developed shooter will improve greatly over the original.
Following the further adventures of Welsh SAS bloke David Jones, IGI2 yet again sees Jones on the trail of various undesirables around the world.
Features included over the original such as realistic ballistics based on such niceties as "flesh penetration", team-oriented multiplayer with squads of up to eight players on both sides and 30 ultra-realistic weapons, should ensure shooter fans will be looking to get their hands on the sequel next month.
Tango down. Or is that Bravo? Who cares. Covert SAS action in the shots below.
News source: Computer and Video Games