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IO Interactive, the developers behind the Hitman series, are working on a James Bond game. I haven't found much information online, but given how good the Hitman games have been, I'm definitely intrigued.

 

 

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George P

This has my interest for sure. I don't expect something quite as open as the hitman levels are but who knows?  

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