Toadman Interactive announces the I.G.I.
franchise will resume in 2021 with the
release of a third game in this first-person shooter series that began in 2000
with the release of Project I.G.I.
, aka Project I.G.I.: I'm Going In
continued in 2003 with I.G.I.-2: Covert Strike
. The new game is not due for a couple of
years, but they already offer
a teaser trailer
. While this does not show much in the way of gameplay, it does reveal it will be
a prequel to the two previous games. There's more on their plans on the
are soliciting suggestions. Here's the announcement:
is pleased to announce that the third game in the I.G.I. franchise will be
released during 2021. Continue here to read the full story
The title is a tactical stealth FPS and a prequel to the previous games that
will uncover the origin story of the I.G.I. organization. Toadman has started
the development of the game and is now in the prototyping stage. The team is
really excited to have one of the original creators on board for the development
and is looking forward to being able to share more as development continues.
I.G.I. was originally released in 2000 and the first two games sold over a
million units combined. The games were developed by Innerloop Studios and the
first game was published by Eidos Interactive, the second by Codemasters.
”I'm so psyched to announce that the prototyping is going well and we already
have a fun base game to play in the studio. Today, we are releasing a teaser
showing a glimpse of our prototyping and many things will improve as we continue
the development. The reason we are sending out this update is so that we can
allow enthusiasts to provide ideas and feedback when we are in the early stages
of development. We want to hear from you fans to make sure you get to see the
most out of this game,” said Robin Flodin, CEO of Toadman Interactive.