New Saboteur footage shows Will to Fight mechanic

By Patrick Garratt, Monday, 4 May 2009 07:10 GMT

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Some new footage of Pandemic’s The Saboteur’s popped up on GTTV, showing off the Will to Fight system of the landscape changing from black and white to colour as you progress through the game.

The WWII title’s set in Paris, with the streets dropping monotone as you fight back against the Nazi occupation.

The video’s interspersed with an interview with dev lead Tom French. Take a look. There’s no date on it as yet.

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