New Da Vinci Code screens spread the mystery

Game nears its May release but we're still in the dark

Thursday 20 April 2006
Having given little indication of its gameplay up to this point, forthcoming PS2, Xbox and PC game The Da Vinci Code is now slightly less mysterious thanks to a fresh batch of screenshots.

The screens show some impressively dark and moody settings - we especially like the look of the mansion's exterior. There's also a rather grisly picture of a corpse, complete with scrawled pentangle and felt-tip pen. Chilling stuff.

The game is based on the movie of Dan Brown's book of the same name, which is now the best-selling novel of all time (well, there's no accounting for taste, eh?), and will feature new locations not seen in the book or the upcoming film. That's good news for gamers as it means there's more opportunity for the designers to concentrate on gameplay rather than merely re-treading the movie.

Some of the puzzle-solving elements are also shown in the images, although exactly how it's all going to play is still a mystery. Sounds exactly like the Da Vinci Code, then.

We'll have our questions answered when the game is released next month. In the meantime, check out the images tab at the top of this story and try to figure it out for yourself.

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