007legends 007 Legends game to feature James Bond talent past and present

Activision has announced that 007 Legends, the latest secret agent game employing the iconic hero, will feature stars from the past and present of the popular James Bond franchise.

Activision has announced that 007 Legends, the latest secret agent game employing the iconic hero, will feature stars from the past and present of the popular James Bond franchise.

 
The game will includ voice acting by current spy Daniel Craig, who starred in Casino Royale, Quantum of Solance, and the upcoming Skyfall. Rory Kinnear, from Quantum of Solance and Skyfall, will voice Bill Tanner, Chief of Staff at MI6. Naomie Harris from Skyfall will also appear.
 
Those who enjoyed the film Moonraker will get to experience a Moonraker mission, with Michael Lonsdale and Richard Kiel reprising their roles as villains Hugo Drax and Jaws respectively.
 
 
The storyline is written by Bruce Feirstein, who wrote the scripts for GoldenEye, Tomorrow Never Dies and The World Is Not Enough, while David Arnold, composer for Die Another Day and Tomorrow Never Dies, is crafting the new musical score.
 
Additional missions from Bond's past are expected to be announced in the coming weeks, growing the all star cast even further.
 
007 Legends will launch on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC on 16 October.