Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel coming to A/NZ on March 28

EA sets the local release date for team based mercenary shooter

EA has set the A/NZ release of Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel for March 28.

The game will be available on both Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.

Unlike the first two Army of Two games, which features Salem and Rios as the TWO (Tactical Worldwide Operations) operatives, The Devil’s Cartel will focus on two new characters, Alpha and Bravo.

PC World was able to see the alpha build of the game in action recently at EA Asia Showcase 2012, and the game looks to retain the action filled pair based gameplay that made the early two instalments a hit with audiences.

The last game in the Army of Two series to be released was The 40th Day in 2010.

The latest game trailer can be found below:

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