Wanted: Weapons of Fate Player Count and Stats (2023)
Last Updated on: December 23rd, 2020
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Wanted: Weapons of Fate Game Details
Here is pretty much everything you ever wanted to know about Wanted: Weapons of Fate.
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- Game Publisher(s):
- Warner Bros. Interactive
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- Available Platform(s):
- PlayStation 3
- Xbox 360
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- Type(s) of Game:
- Third Person Shooter Video Games
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Wanted: Weapons of Fate Description
Set directly after the events of the film, Wesley continues his transformation into a full-fledged assassin and heir to a legacy of a secret fraternity of assassins. He continues his quest with a new mission to seek out the French chapter of The Fraternity, hunt down The Immortal and finally discover the truth about his family. In Wanted: Weapons of Fate, become the uber-assassin Wesley Gibson as you control an arsenal of skills such as Assassin Time, which enables you to take down multiple enemies with sheer precision; use the Advanced Cover System to shield yourself and move through the environment with remarkable speed; and even bend the laws of physics by Curving Bullets. Your destiny awaits. Join us.
Based on Universal Pictures’ action-thriller Wanted, this game promises to deliver the same fantastic visual style, in-your-face attitude and edge-of-your-seat action as the blockbuster motion picture. The game continues the story of hero Wesley Gibson, picking up the action where the film leaves off and creating an entirely new chapter exploring both Wesley’s journey to becoming an unmatched überassassin and the epic fiction of The Fraternity. Featuring intense third-person action, the Wanted video game will take combat to the next level with iconic moves — such as Curving Bullets and Assassin Time — drawn directly from the film, as well as an innovative, multi-layered cover mechanic.