Now, probably, few people remember the tactical shooters Project I.G.I. (2000) and the sequel Project I.G.I. 2 (2003), also known as I.G.I.-2: Covert Strike. But at that time they had their own, albeit small, army of fans (both parts received fairly moderate reviews from critics due to certain flaws in the gameplay). It would seem that the series has long and definitively come to an end, but no: in 2019, the development of a new part was announced, I.G.I. Origins, which will be a prequel to Project I.G.I.

Three years have passed since then, and finally the developer of the game, the studio Antimatter Games, has released the first trailer showing the gameplay. I.G.I. Origins is being developed on Unreal Engine, there is not even an approximate release date yet (during the announcement it was promised that the game would be released in 2021), but there is already a page at Steam where the game can be added to Favorites.

Like the previous parts, I.G.I. Origins will be a tactical shooter with realistic weapons and stealth — and, as you can see from the trailer, you will have to kill russians in it. We already like it, we are waiting.