Games giant Eidos has acquired the rights to the movie ?Braveheart? from Paramount Pictures and Twentieth Century Fox, for its strategic combat title that?s still in development.
Braveheart, the game, is set in Scotland?s Dark Ages. In the game all of the lead characters will be created to look familiar and scenes from the blockbuster, which starred Mel Gibson, will be incorporated, claim sources.
The Braveheart game will be produced at Red Lemon Studios in Scotland and will use complex satellite mapping to virtually recreate the Scottish Highland and north of England. Gamers will have the opportunity to join a host of tribes, each with their own fighting tactics, climate and culture.
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