MOSCOW, Russia — June 10, 2010 — Leading Eastern and Central European publisher, 1C Company, announced today the development of Death to Spies 3, a new chapter in the thrilling story about the invisible war behind enemy lines. Once again players will meet Captain Strogov from the 4th department of the Soviet counterintelligence service named SMERSH. SMERSH literally stands for “Death to Spies” in Russian.
World War II finished over 20 years ago but counterintelligence services have no time to rest. The Cold War took espionage to a completely new level, more secretive and complex.
The new missions will be even more intense and dangerous, but this time Captain Strogov is not alone. Two new playable characters – Strogov’s comrades: Viktor Kovalev and Olga Godunova-Lopes, each with unique skills and abilities, will help him defeat the enemy. The storyline brings players to different cities in North America, Cuba and Europe.
More information about the game can be found at www.death2spies.com
Title: Death to Spies 3
Release date: Q4 2010
Developer: Haggard Games
Publisher: 1C Company
Platform: PC, Xbox 360
Genre: Stealth Action
About 1C Company
1C Company specializes in distribution, publishing and development of business, entertainment and educational software. Founded in 1991, 1C has become the largest publisher and distributor of computer and video games in Eastern and Central Europe. 1C Company is widely acknowledged as a game developer and has several internal studios. Internal developments of 1C include IL-2 Sturmovik series and Theatre of War. 1C Company works as a publisher and producer with over 30 independent development studios and has produced over 100 projects for PC and consoles including titles like Hard Truck 2/King of the Road, Space Rangers, Soldiers: Heroes of World War II, Faces of War, Men of War series, Perimeter, Fantasy Wars, Death to Spies, King’s Bounty: The Legend and King’s Bounty: Armored Princess.
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