The lights are on
Visceral Montreal told us that they were shooting for a blockbuster-movie vibe with the third entry in the Army of Two franchise, and it looks as though they've hit that bullseye with the Devil's Cartel. With a rocket launcher.
The trailer shows Alpha and Bravo doing what they do best: Blowing things up and trying not to get blown up themselves. Some of the highlights in the clip include a look at some of the merciless cartel members and a chase sequence that would be right at home in a Michael Bay flick. The destruction is all powered by the Frostbite 2 engine.
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Loved the trailer. The game looks respectable and fun.
I enjoyed the first 2 titles and it seems like they seriously improved with the 3rd installment >=]
HOLY GENERIC TPS BATMAN!!!
I actually love this game series, Army of Two is one of the best co-op games.
Oh, they shot it with a rocket launcher all right.
This looks pretty generic. I'll still give it a go. I need more couch co-op games.
I hated the 40th day but i loved the first game. I think this game is also good at showing off frostbite 2 as a co op engine so hopefully i see some of this in a bad company 3 or battlefield 4.
Yeah... I watched Mythbusters. That RPG through the trucks windshield isn't possible. Damn, I think they ruined video games for me.
maybe if people stop buying these games devs will start pushing the envelope again