The lid has finally been flipped off of EA's previously un-named James Bond game. James Bond 007: Nightfire will be heading to PC, PS2, Xbox and GameCube 15:40 We've known for some time that a brand new James Bond game was in development after it was revealed that Gearbox Software - famous for its Half-Life add-ons and Half-Life PS2 conversion - was working on a secretive PC title that featured the British special agent [see story]. Electronic Arts has now officially unveiled James Bond 007: Nightfire, which is also heading to consoles Xbox, PS2 and GameCube, courtesy of developer Eurocom. Sadly we've been told by EA that there aren't currently any screenshots of James Bond 007: Nightfire currently available, but there's a bucket-load of info which we'll divulge to you here. Nightfire is going to be primarily a first-person action title with a bit of third-person making an appearance in some instances to better show off the action. Built around a completely original Bond storyline that has been written exclusively for the game, it will see the suave and debonair hero on a mission to track down and eliminate Rafael Drake, a villain who is, in classic Bond style, intent on world domination. 007's mission is going to see him hopping around the globe and, incredibly, taking a trip to outer space as he tries to put an end to Drake's schemes. Locations in the game will apparently be represented by highly-detailed 3D environments that will present players with strategic problems as they try to work their way through different levels. At times it might be wise to take the stealthy route and avoid trouble, while on other occasions you'll find it necessary to whip out the guns - how sad - and blast your way to freedom. This is Bond, so as you'd expect there's going to be plenty of high-tech weaponry and upgradeable, sneaky spy gadgets to get your hands on. Oh, and we mustn't forget the women, which there will be a number of, all gorgeous of course, and hopefully just dying to get into 007's Y-fronts. An all-star cast of villains is also on the cards, and we're promised ones new to the Bond universe and some old, familiar faces. Some good, or bad, news, depending on how you look at it, is that the console and PC versions of James Bond 007: Nightfire are going to differ slightly. The Xbox, PS2 and GameCube editions will feature exclusive driving levels - developed by the team behind Need For Speed - that will allow you to jump into the likes of the Aston Martin Vanquish. The PC version, on the other hand, will offer exclusive single-player levels and full multiplayer support. All versions of James Bond 007: Nightfire are due out in late 2002. Hopefully screenshots will be coming soon.