The list of achievements for Army of Two: Devil's Cartel recently dropped and I'll admit, I'm a little disappointed. There's not a single achievement for fist bumping your partner. Not one! What is the world coming to??? Anyways, there are still a few co-op specific achievements that have been revealed amidst the usual overall progression ones. No spoilers in the list, so feel free to peruse away.
Co-Optimus readers have seen their fair share of Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel trailers in the past few weeks, but it is to be expected with the 2 player co-op title due out on the 26th March. The majority of the videos have teased weapons or gameplay mechanics; in this new trailer (via GameTrailers) we get a glimpse into the story and the many explosions that will unfold.
The next game in the Army of Two series, called Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel is supposed to be somewhat of a reboot. Gone are the characters of Salem and Rios, in their place two new protagonists join the story of mercenaries in masks. After some recent hands on time with the game, fans of the series shouldn't worry about too much of a shift, as I felt right at home playing the two player co-op game.
The game was Army of Two; the ability was to design your own in-game mask. What better way to make your avatar obvious across a crowded room? Or perhaps, to insult a friend? My mask said "Stu Must Die", a simple message that made our co-op friendship tighter. Thankfully, I shall be able to recreate this famous mask in Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel, who will receive my sardonic eye this time? Check out the new trailer that highlights the mask making ability.
Another week, another Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel trailer. This could only mean one of two things; either someone at Visceral Games has too much time on their hands and is producing loads of trailers, or the game must be ready for release pretty soon. Let's assumes that it is the latter as this 2 player co-op title will grace the PS3 and 360 from the 26th of March.
Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel is just a few months away. Today we have a new video featuring not-Salem and not-Rios looking and sounding an awful lot like Salem and Rios. Like the previous Army of Two titles, the game is built around cooperative game play. Flanking your enemies while your partner draws fire is the name of the ga...
In keeping with modern gaming I no longer number my news posts. This is not News Post 347, but News Post: Operation StormPit. Confused? You should be, but no more so than by Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel, that could have just been called Army of 2 3. If you have time to scrape your brains off the floor, now that they have exploded, check out the new story trailer for the game and a Dev Diary.
Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel is attempting to reinvent the series. According to Visceral Games' Greg Rizzer, there will be a lot less bro-y hijinks and a lot more serious business. The latest developer diary from "PWNED," EA's in-house house gaming magazine, explores some of the new features of the third person shooter. Alpha and Bravo don the masks of the T.W.O. and go to war against a deadly drug cartel. Remember, everyone they kill had it coming.
Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel will launch on March 26 next year. The cooperative military shooter will also feature some nifty pre-order bonuses. Those of you who pre-order the game will receive the "Overkill Edition." This will grant you access to more missions, weapons, outfits, and masks.
Army of Two is back with a vengeance. EA and Visceral entertainment just announced Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel. This will be the third installment of the cooperative third person shooter franchise. The game will be set in Mexico, in the middle of a vicious drug war. Salem and Rios are out, Alpha and Bravo are in. Players will still be working for Tactical Worldwide Operations as private military contractors (I like to think of them as "bro-cenaries" or "merc-bros"). My blood money says we can expect to see Salem and Rios, the bro-iest of bro-op buddies, appear as NPCs.
A tweet made earlier this week from Stargate Atlantis star Joe Flanigan has turned the crank on the Army of Four rumor mill once again. His tweet said the following:
The Army of Two franchise is calling in reinforcements. Earlier today Kotaku reported that an "EA insider" has informed them that the third installment of the bro-op franchise will be called Army of Four. As you can probably figure out, it will support four player co-op. The previous two titles, both Army of Two, and Army of Two: The 40th day, supported two player local or online co-op (The 40th Day had a four player Extraction mode, as well).
Good-night, sweet princes; And flights of angels sing thee to thy rest
EA is killing the original Army of Two. No, not Rebecca and Abigail Bates. The other original "Army of Two." The one with Salem and Rios, the bro-iest bros of brohood. Online support for the game will end on August 11th for both the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions. There simply aren't enough players to keep the servers up and running.
Yesterday Andrew and I started a damage spree on Army of Two: The 40th Day; an unfinished spree that will ultimately be our next This Week in Co-Op article. Regaling our past experiences and simultaneously knocking heads in Shanghai reminded us just how much fun the game is when playing co-op.
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