Atari has announced that they will be bringing another matrix game to fans in late 2005. The game, titled 'The Matrix: Path of Neo', will allow players to control Neo as he moves through the most memorable scenes from the movie trilogy.
The game will feature likenesses of all the films' main characters, Neo (Keanu Reeves), Morpheus (Laurence Fishburne), Trinity (Carrie-Ann Moss), and Agent Smith (Hugo Weaving). Footage from the three films and from the Animatrix will also feature in the game.
Jim Caparro, President and Chief Executive Officer of Atari was understandably excited about releasing a new game based on 'The Matrix', given that the last game has sold nearly six million copies worldwide. Caparro said:
"We couldn't be more thrilled to be embarking on a new Matrix project. The Wachowski Brothers have created a universe that is uniquely deep and rich, with virtually limitless creative possibilities, and the interactive space is the ideal world in which to explore them. With The Matrix: Path of Neo, the Wachowski Brothers will be giving their legions of fans the best of everything: the first chance to personally relive Neo's journey, and the chance to experience new adventures they cannot yet even imagine."
We'll bring you more news on 'The Matrix: Path of Neo' as we receive more information.