James Bond video game GoldenEye has received a long-awaited reboot after more than two decades.
Originally released in 1997, the beloved game will follow 007 on a global espionage mission to prevent the devastating power of the GoldenEye satellite from being unleashed upon the world.
First produced for the Nintendo 64 by Leicester studio Rare, the game is now available for Xbox consoles and Nintendo Switch.
GoldenEye 007 will be available on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S as part of Xbox Game Pass.
Players who own a digital copy of Rare Replay, the 30-game compilation of classics from the studio, will be able to download and enjoy the game free of charge.
Switch players have access if they subscribe to Nintendo’s Online + Expansion pack – the edition includes online support for the game’s multiplayer mode, which is exclusive to the console.
The game is based on 1995 blockbuster of the same name, which features Pierce Brosnan as the MI6 agent for the first time.
The 69-year-old played the famous superspy in four films and was replaced by Daniel Craig, who debuted as Bond in 2006’s Casino Royale.