Army of two -devils cartel trailer
Posted on: December 10th, 2012

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Visceral Games Army of Two series has been a mixed bag. The first game  was a whole lotta fun (but suffered from some very annoying bugs) and the second game worked out some of the kinks but kind of lost it’s sense of fun. The next entry in the series will introduce gamers to two new protagonists, Alpha and Bravo (which makes sense considering what happened to Rios and Salem at the end of The 40th day) but it looks like they’ll have the same kind of buddy relationship we saw in the earlier games (which means we can expect alot of cringe-worthy dialogue in between shooting people in the face).

I’m a sucker for co-op games so I’ll definitely be checking this out.

Check out the latest trailer for Army Of Two: The Devil’s Cartel:

In Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel Players find themselves on the deadly streets of Mexico as Alpha and Bravo, two operatives working for Tactical Worldwide Operations (T.W.O.), a PMC outfit that drops them in the middle of a drug war conflict for an assignment full of corruption and deceit. With the ability to unleash the power of ultimate destruction, players will need to work together as their objectives unravel, allegiances begin to blur and they face off against a ruthless opposition.

Featuring both online and split-screen co-op, Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel gives players the chance to distinguish themselves from their friends by providing a deeper and more advanced upgrade and customization system. From the mask that protects them in battle to the very weapons that keep them alive, players can customize their own Alpha and Bravo to create the deadliest mercenary team as they see fit.



What do you think of the trailer for Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel? Think the series’ new direction will work? Let us know in the comments section.


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