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GoldenEye 007 fans finally have a new FPS to look forward to

Sam Cawley

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GoldenEye 007 fans finally have a new FPS to look forward to

Featured Image Credit: Replicant D6

If you’re a fan of the OG GoldenEye 007 you should listen up, a spiritual successor is on its way to PC.

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I’m sure we’ve all got fond memories of playing some of the classic ‘90s first-person shooters with friends and family, either when they were originally released, or through the modern re-releases.

Check out the Golden-Eye 007 re-release below

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Out of all of them, GoldenEye 007 seemingly reigns supreme, and for good reason. While it hasn’t aged very well, it’s still a lot of fun to play with some friends, whether it be taking turns playing the singleplayer missions, or going head-to-head on multiplayer, whether it be shootouts, slap fights, or competing for the legendary golden gun.

The title made headlines not too long ago when it was re-released for Xbox, PlayStation and Nintendo platforms, and now it’s been the primary inspiration for a spiritual successor, Agent 64: Spies Never Die.

Developed by Replicant D6, Agent 64: Spies Never Die is a shooter that aims to take players back to the good old days of console shooters, with an original campaign reminiscent of the classic Bond stories.

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A trailer was recently released showcasing some of the gameplay, and it looks glorious as if it had just travelled to the future in a time machine.

It comes complete with an art style that looks almost exactly like GoldenEye 007’s, including the goofy real-life faces printed across the models, and of course, it supports a four-player split-screen co-op, an essential part of any classic shooter.

There’s currently no concrete release date, but if you’re on PC, you can play a free demo of the game on Steam, which will take you through one of the levels and give you a taste of what you can expect from the full release.

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Agent 64: Spies Never Die is expected to drop sometime later this year, only for PC.

Topics: PC, Steam

Sam Cawley
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