Bourne Conspiracy for PS3/360

Stealth-action due out in 2008.

Vivendi Games division Sierra has revealed Robert Ludlum's The Bourne Conspiracy for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, a stealth-action game due to debut at E3 next month.

Developed by High Moon Studios and due out next summer, The Bourne Conspiracy will combine all of Jason Bourne's trademark characteristics - including his ingenuity in hand-to-hand combat and fire-fights and his escape and evasion techniques - as witnessed in the big-screen Bourne Identity and Bourne Supremacy films starring Matt Damon.

Although the first screenshots suggest that High Moon won't be using Damon's face, the game's goals are seemingly indivisible from those of its parent series, making the same promise to delve into Bourne's character and "provide game presentation inspired by the aggressive film-making and frenetic action found in the films".

"High Moon has collaborated closely with Mr Ludlum's estate holders, the guardians of his creative vision, since the day we began to develop the game," says High Moon president Peter Della Penna.

"The goal of that collaboration has been to create a videogame that takes inspiration from known elements within the Bourne universe, elements that have captivated more than a quarter of a billion people around the world, with original story and gameplay that establishes a signature Jason Bourne game experience. Robert Ludlum's The Bourne Conspiracy is our instalment to the series and is meant to reside on its own within the Bourne entertainment library."

Expect to learn more about what they're up to during E3, which runs from 11th to 13th July.

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