"Twenty years ago TRON was ahead of its time for both its use of special effects and its concept of technology," said Bob Picunko, director of marketing, TRON 2.0. "Today, we find ourselves in the unique position of creating a computer game that is based on a film about a game. Advanced technology is finally available for us to realize the original vision for the movie in the upcoming TRON 2.0."
The focus of the development effort has been to create an epic adventure with innovative gameplay, while capturing the unique visual style of the film. Players, armed with an assortment of digital weapons, shields and gadget subroutines, challenge other programs on the light cycle Game Grid, contend with deadly adversaries and circumvent dangerous obstacles as they travel through never-before-seen settings in PC gaming.
"TRON 2.0 follows the vision and true spirit of the film," said Steven Lisberger, writer and director of the TRON film. "Monolith has done an incredible job."
TRON 2.0 will be available on PC format. For more information visit the official website
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