Activision commits to revitalising Bond franchise

Activision CEO Bobby Kotick has said that the company is committed to revitalising the James Bond brand - "one of the greatest videogame franchises of all time" - while revealing the publisher has two projects based on the license in development.

The publisher secured the Bond licence in 2006 after Electronic Arts ended its deal with MGM Interactive for the rights to create titles based on the James Bond films.

"Bond is one of the great videogame franchises of all time and that really was a result of Golden Eye," commented Kotick at a BMO Capital Markets conference.

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BloodySinner4050d ago

This should be interesting...

predator4050d ago

i would love there to be a decent bond game (besides goldeneye).

Wii60PS3DSPSP4050d ago

All we gotta do is give Bond back to Rare, problem solved.

stuntman_mike4050d ago (Edited 4050d ago )

its not rare you give it too its free radical all the guys who made golden eye work there now.

hope activision dont muck this up, daniel craig said he didnt want to be in a bond game because there hasnt been a decent one out since golden eye.

N73604050d ago

I agree with you Gen16Snes give it back to rare and get Piece Brosnan back.