Deep Silver and Gammick Entertainment announce Publishing Agreement for Elite Forces: Unit 77
Deep Silver, the game label of Koch Media, and Gammick Entertainment, today announce the signing of a publishing agreement for the game Elite Forces: Unit 77 for the Nintendo DS™ in North and South America, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, France and the French overseas territories, Spain, The Netherlands, Belgium and Luxemburg.
In Elite Forces: Unit 77 a series of mysterious disappearances of high profile personalities from the worlds of science, industry and entertainment reveal a horrific global terrorist threat. With the clock running and the lives of the hostages and millions of others in danger, the international community’s last hope lies with an extremely covert and highly specialized military team: Unit 77. Made up of four professionals who are the best in the world at what they do, Unit 77 must combine their skills to stop world destruction at the hands of terrorists.
Elite Forces: Unit 77 for Nintendo DS is a game of action and strategy in which the player must wisely use the abilities of all four members of Unit 77 to overcome the terrorist threat and they are: Bill “The Drill” Matic technology specialist and legendary hacker; Kendra Chase, ex-government black-ops agent and the most accurate sniper on Earth; TK Richter, jet pilot and explosives expert, and Dag Hammer, a hulking heavy artillery soldier capable of incredible physical feats.
The group must infiltrate the bases where terrorists hold the famous hostages, each base is set up in one of the most treacherous and remote places on Earth. Unit 77 must battle their way through inhospitable jungles, scorching deserts and endure harsh and deadly arctic conditions as they fight to rescue the hostages and defeat the terrorists.
The countdown has begun, and it’s time for the brave and the few. Will you become a terrorist’s victim or do you have what it takes to be on the team of Elite Forces?
The game is expected to be released in the first quarter of 2009.