I.G.I. Origins to Bring Alternative Cold War Experience to Console, PC in 2021

Toadman Interactive today announced a worldwide release window for the upcoming Cold War-inspired I.G.I. Origins.

Antimatter Games’ stealth shooter is slated to launch in 2021 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

I.G.I. Origins, which is currently in development, serves as a prequel to 2000’s Project I.G.I. I’m Going In and 2003’s I.G.I.-2: Covert Strike.

The latest entry in the series transports players to the 1980s during an alternative Cold War, which places a heavy focus on espionage warfare in conflicts.

And players take control of an MI6 super spy, either male or female, and are tasked with saving the world from all-out nuclear annihilation.

“The teams at Toadman and Antimatter have fond memories of playing the original games back in the day,” says Robin Flodin, the CEO of Toadman.

“We are very happy to bring take the franchise to the next level, and it’s a perfect fit for the talented guys at Antimatter Games, a key studio in the Toadman Group.”