Worthplaying | ‘Agent Intercept’ is coming to Nintendo Switch, Playstation and Xbox in Q1 2022

The world needs you, Agent!

Take control of the Scepter, the Agency’s latest high-tech transformation vehicle, and take on the CLAW criminal organization in this explosive arcade driving game.

Avoid enemy shots, mines, and lasers as you perform exaggerated stunts, and use the Scepter’s high-tech gadgets to blast enemies. Feel like a super-spy by transforming the Car Scepter into an airplane and more, immersed in exotic locations and a high-energy original soundtrack! With a new threat around every corner, it will take all you have to do to defeat CLAW.

An agent’s job is never done. Agent Intercept offers extended gameplay beyond its rich campaign. Take on side missions, unlock experiences and prove your worth as a super spy on our global leaderboards!

Main characteristics:

  • High octane driving action! Perform daring stunts and pit state-of-the-art gadgets against maniacal bosses and their own deadly vehicles.
  • Mission by mission, discover and thwart CLAW’s evil plans through three escalation chapters in Campaign mode.
  • Take part in stand-alone side missions to discover unique gameplay mechanics and save the world for another day.
  • Elite scorers can try to dominate the world rankings in Highscore Chase.
  • Push the Scepter to its limits in the Time Trial.
  • Ready, play, shoot! Sharpen your precision in Target Practice.
  • The Agency is as good as its information. Complete the objectives and be rewarded with data cards containing new artwork and lore about the world of Agent Intercept.
  • Unlock secret experiences to change the way you play, including unique customization options and the experimental Hoverscepter!
  • Story fully dubbed in English featuring a variety of characters.
  • Over 30 original songs inspired by beloved soundtracks of the spy genre.

Currently available for PC (To smoke), Agent interception arrives on Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X | S in Q1 2022.

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