|Rumour: Frostbite 2 powering EA's unannounced 'Army of Four'|
|Posted: 01.12.2011 11:24 by Simon Priest||Comments: 1|
You might remember EA's Army of Two franchise where two players can assume the roles of two mercenaries taking on the bad buys in third-person. Well, how about four players?
Rumour has it that EA is busy developing a sequel with four player co-op, and it's being powered by DICE's Frostbite 2 engine, meaning destructibility will be a major highlight.
Army of Two released back in 2008, with a sequel - Army of Two: The 40th Day - arriving in 2010. EA's Montreal studio is said to be handling the new project, which isn't going well.
That's what an insider spilled to anyway, who also believes that now Battlefield 3 is officially complete there'll be some DICE developers lending a hand. It's been very quiet on the Army of Two front ever since The 40th Day released. Would EA gamble with its return by adding a whole other pair to the third-person shooter?