Sony has announced a new PlayStation 3 exclusive from Rockstar North called Agent during its ongoing E3 conference.

According to SCEA boss Jack Tretton, it "will take a player across the globe amid the shadowy world of espionage and assassins in the darkest hours of the 1970s".

Rockstar kept its distance from the conference - although it usually does, preferring to show games in its own way later.

Mentioning GTA's impact on PlayStation, Tretton added: "We expect Agent to have the same must-have value."

Terms of the exclusive weren't discussed, so we don't know if it will turn up on Xbox 360 or PC some day, and we also have nothing on a release date just yet.

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