Legendary Drops “The Box,” Set For Summer Release on PC, PS3 and 360

It seems that Gamecock’s and Spark Unlimited’s upcoming FPS has had a bit of a title trim. Originally titled Legendary: The Box, it appears the mythical shooter is now simply carrying the title of Legendary, dropping off the “The Box” subtitle altogether. Not sure if that’s officially the case, but it sure seems like it going by a press release I received today confirming the game for a summer release on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 in which it’s only ever referred to as Legendary. For example:

“I’m happy to report that the team on Legendary is well on target for a simultaneous multi-platform launch this summer,” said Rick Stults, Console Chief for Gamecock Media Group. “It’s no easy feat to pull this off on a game of this caliber, but Spark Unlimited is a talented group.”

“This is the project we want to be working on and it’s shaping up to be something amazing,” said Craig Allen, CEO of Spark Unlimited. “Legendary is the type of game we want every gamer, regardless of system allegiance, to get the chance to play. We’re taking our time to ensure optimum performance, regardless of platform.”

But who really cares about the title, you just want to see more of the game, right? Well, you’re in luck, as I’ve got four spectacular new screens to feed your cravings right here.

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