007 Legends – Die Another Day and Licence to Kill-inspired missions announced

By Stephany Nunneley, Wednesday, 15 August 2012 16:50 GMT

007 Legends will be the recipient of Die Another Day and Licence to Kill-inspired missions which will help tie together the five classic Bond films together when the game launches later this year.

In the Die Another Day mission, Bond meets up with Agent Jinx to investigate the connection between evil diamond mogul Gustav Graves and a North Korean terrorist, Jinx’ and Bond need to chase down Graves while dealing with a myriad of North Korean spies and other minions as they try to avoid being vaporized by the Icarus weapon’s solar energy energy blasts.

Licence to Kill has Bond enlisting the help of US Drug Enforcement Agent Pam Bouvier (played by Carey Lowell) in order to avenge Felix Leiter and uncover “a vast international drug operation headed by an evil Mexican drug lord with terrorist connections – Fran Sanchez.”

Shots of each mission, art work and a character render of Bouvier is below.

007 Legends is in development at Eurocom and is slated for release on PC, PS3, and Xbox 360 on October 16.

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