Army Of Two: The 40th Day Team Tease Multiplayer Early, Annoy PR

Reid Schneider and Alex Hutchinson, executive producer and creative director for Army of Two, respectively, spoke about the game's forthcoming sequel at Comic-Con today. Hutchinson touched on The 40th Day's new multiplayer modes, just a bit earlier than officially planned.

While the full, official reveal of Army Of Two: The 40th Day's versus modes will be unveiled "shortly," Hutchinson made Schneider a bit nervous with the details he offered. The creative director said to expect a "fully client/server" connection, with "many more modes and more people allowed to play."

The original Army of Two featured a trio of multiplayer game types, supporting up to four players.

Expect to be able to drop in and drop out of co-op focused multiplayer matches. And say goodbye to the region locked restriction on multiplayer games. The 40th Day dudes say you'll be able to play with your global buddies, making a co-op get together a little bit easier.


Comments

    I hope this turns out well.

    The first game, with the concept of the game worked well. However upon release, it just didn't work as well as the trailer made it seem.

    Hopefully second time around its good. Army of Two is definitely NOT the worst game, just i reckon, overall the game was sluggish to a concept that's excellent.

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