Techland, the team behind the impressive Call of Juarez, has announced a new PC and Xbox 360 shooter for release in Q4 2007.
Warhound is a non-linear FPS that puts you in the rugged boots of an elite mercenary. You work for yourself and take only the missions you choose; rescuing stricken governments, freeing kidnapped VIPs, that sort of everyday stuff.
You'll have to manage your own finances as your character develops in one of the available fields, by arranging your own armoury and transport to and from missions, as well as keeping a keen eye on your hard-man reputation.
Your goal is simple: to become the best of the best, the "Warhound."
The game boasts strong technical prowess, using DirectX 10 and advanced physics to make each different environment, from Korea to America, a stunning and destructible battleground. You'll also be able to go head-to-head with up to 32 other fighters in standard or custom multiplayer modes, using vehicles and modern equipment to cause a right old mess.
Freelance your way over to our gallery for a look at the game in action.
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