New Army of Two in the works – The Devil’s Cartel

Army of T.W.O: The Devil's Cartel Logo

By on August 3, 2012 at 5:47 pm

EA has announced today that a new installment in the Army of TWO franchise, The Devil’s Cartel, is in development at Visceral Studios, makers of Dead Space. The game is not quite a reboot – more like a refresh of the series – that sees you playing as new characters ‘Alpha’ and ‘Bravo’, operatives in the PMC Salem and Rios founded at the end of last game, ‘Tactical Worldwide Operations’ (T.W.O.). Alpha and Bravo have been dropped in the mean streets on Mexico to “unleash the ultimate power of destruction” in the middle of a drug war, full of intrigue and backstabbery. Objectives will unravel, allegiances will blur, and the only person you’ll be able to rely on is yourself. And that other guy.

Source: Press Release

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Any news on whether it’s an xbox only deal again?
I would have loved PC releases of the previous two. :(

 

Mmmm, as long as it’s got co-op and doesn’t change it’s dynamics too much it might get my money. Dissappointed Salem and Rios have been abandoned though; no more banter about violating panda bears :(

 
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