Army of Two Sequel is in Fact Army of Four, Says Report
Written Thursday, December 01, 2011 By Dan WebbView author's profile
A report on the internet today is saying that EA may be throwing sequel numbering out the window for the next Army of Two game, calling it Army of Four and introducing the franchise to 4-player co-op for the first time since it appeared on our console 3 years ago.
A source told Kotaku that the third Army of Two title will in fact be called Army of Four and is being developed by EA’s Montreal studio – the same that developed the two previous iterations – and will feature 4-player co-op and run on DICE’s hugely impressive Frostbite 2 engine.
According to the same source, development is “not going well,” so much so that the sources believes that DICE could move members of their team over to assist on the title.
Of course, as with any rumour take this with a pinch of salt… actually, take this one with a bucket of salt. I guess it isn’t surprising for a publisher that dates its sports titles a year in advance to just skip a whole game altogether as if it never existed. What’s in a name, huh?