Breach Uses Real-World Spy Gear

January 19, 2011, By Christian Cawley

Thanks to developer Atomic Games, upcoming spy game Breach employs various real-world spy hardware within missions for you to get the job done – clandestine missions behind enemy lines being the most obvious.

Breach for XBox 360 and Windows uses real world spy gear

Whether you fancy yourself as a real world James Bond, Jason Bourne or have been turned onto black ops by the Tom Clancy: Splinter Cell series of games featuring Sam Fisher, Breach is looking like a great option, featuring single and multiplayer modes and real world secret tech such as the M2 SLAM charge, an adhesive proximity mine, or the Sonic Imager that displays high resolution images of an enemy on the other side of a wall.

The full list of real world hardware that you will find in Breach is as follows:

  • Dragon Skin®
  • Sticky Bomb
  • Remote Motion Sensor
  • Bionic Ear
  • IR Sniper Detector
  • Bomb Sniffer
  • Sabotage Kit
  • M2 SLAM Charge
  • Medic Kit
  • M79 Pirate Cannon
  • Sonic Imager

Although we all know that now this lot is in the public domain, they’re already using newer, more advanced hardware.

Available for Xbox 360 (on LIVE Arcade) and Windows, Breach is released on January 26th, 2011.

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