Rap icon 50 Cent is having his new video game, "50 Cent: Blood on the Sand," which is a sequel to his previous attempt "Bulletproof", to be released before the year ends.
Rap fans and gamers alike will all rejoice in hearing that a new 50 Cent video game is in development. The new video game, titled "50 Cent: Blood on the Sand", is being developed by Swordfish Studios and expected to be resealed before the year ends.
"50 Cent: Blood on the Sand" is the sequel to the rap icon's "50 Center: Bulletproof", which was received well by the gaming public, selling over 1 million copies, upon its release in 2005. The video game will feature 50 Cent and the rest of his G-Unit crew; Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, and DJ Whoo Kid, each of whom will also lend their voices to the project. Greater than that, the game "is primed to be packed with more exclusive unreleased music from 50 Cent and G-Unit," IGN has claimed.
Speaking on his new video game, 50 Cent commented, "We are taking this sequel to the next level with exciting combat and gunplay, new original music, great graphics and a new story. 50 Cent: Blood on the Sand will have everything my fans are looking for in a 50 Cent game."
"50 Cent: Blood on the Sand", which was written by Kamran Pasha, producer of TV series "Bionic Woman", will as well be released on Xbox 360 and PS3.