Catherine Ann Archer, better known as Cate Archer, is a video game character in the No One Lives Forever game series. She is the main character in The Operative: No One Lives Forever and No One Lives Forever 2: A Spy In H.A.R.M.'s Way. She is also featured in Contract J.A.C.K., an official prequel to the second game.
In the No One Lives Forever universe, she is a covert operative for British-based anti-terror organization, UNITY.
Although she made a point never to steal from people of modest means, she did not pretend that her activities were without consequence. She was discovered by agent Bruno Lawrie, when Cate escaped with his watch. The watch was a tracking device, and by the time she arrived at her flat, Bruno was waiting there. Admiring her talent and fearlessness, he decided to give her a future as an operative for UNITY - an international agency charged with combating terrorism around the globe.
Before the First H.A.R.M Incident (The Operative: No One Lives Forever), Cate mainly dealt with minor unnoted assignments. She wasn't completely satisfied with her сareer at UNITY, since she thought that there was no real value in her daily work.
By the time the incident was resolved, she gained respect as an operative, and became one of the top field agents.
In the 2002 sequel No One Lives Forever 2: A Spy In H.A.R.M.'s Way, there is a cooperative multiplayer level in which one needs to rescue Cate while she's unconscious.
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