NOLF sequel and Aliens Versus Predator 2 update
Vivendi reveals some details about its upcoming action game sequels.
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GameSpot spoke briefly with Philip O'Neal of Vivendi Universal about the upcoming sequel to No One Lives Forever, the action game from Fox Interactive. According to O'Neal, the game will feature a single-player mode as well as a multiplayer mode that will support up to 16 or possibly 32 players. Players will again assume the role of Kate Archer as she fights with UNITY against the worldwide terrorist group HARM. It will include 60 levels in a variety of locations, and it will have the same 1960s spy film style as the first game. O'Neal also noted that Fox Interactive plans to use the Cate Archer character in other types of games in the future.
O'Neal talked briefly about Aliens Versus Predator 2, the upcoming sequel to Fox Interactive's game based on the sci-fi action films Aliens and Predator. The new game will include a variety of characters and monsters, including the face-hugger alien, the chest-buster alien, the drone alien, the exosuit marine, the plain marine, and the predator. It will feature seven levels for each of the three species, for a total of 21 levels. In addition, it will include a multiplayer mode that features 10 character types and both free-for-all and team-based deathmatch games.
Aliens Versus Predator 2 and the No One Lives Forever sequel will be copublished by Sierra Studios and Fox Interactive. No release date has been announced for the games.