Army Of Two Gets Official Launch Date From EA

Posted: Jul 24 2007, 2:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:59am CDT, in News | Gaming

Army of Two Gets Official Launch Date from EA
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If you have seen any screen shots or video trailers for the upcoming EA game Army of Two you have probably been looking forward to its launch as much as I have. The game is set to launch on PS3 and Xbox 360 on November 15, 2007.

That is just in time for the holiday buying season, and from what I have seen of this game it will be one of the hottest games around this Christmas. The ESRB hasn’t assigned a rating to the game yet, but you can expect it to get an M for mature rating for sure as it typical of shooters.

The entire game is built around a two man team of soldiers for hire with all the strategies and game play revolving around two characters. This isn’t to say the game can’t be played by a single player; the PC will control one of the characters for single player action. Via EA

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