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article imageVideo: 'Army of Two — Devil's Cartel' Cartel trailer

By Can Tran     Dec 10, 2012 in Entertainment
The latest trailer for "Army of Two: Devil's Cartel" gives the story behind the game. Also, it shows two new playable characters named Alpha and Bravo.
The latest trailer from “Army of Two: Devil's Cartel” has been made available for viewing. This is the third installment of the “Army of Two” series which is published by Electronic Arts. Army of Two: Devil's Cartel is developed by Visceral Games while Army of Two (the first game) was developed by EA Montreal and “Army of Two: The 40th Day” was developed by EA Montreal (for Playstation 3 & Xbox 360) and Buzz Monkey (for Playstation Portable).
In this trailer for Army of Two: Devil's Cartel, the game's story and protagonists are revealed. Instead of playing as Salem and Rios from the previous two games, you and your co-op partner will take on the roles of two new operatives named “Alpha” and “Bravo.” Instead of fighting a hostile military or some terrorist organization, Alpha and Bravo are taken to Mexico to combat the drug cartels.
From the trailer, it seems that the game might have a soundtrack with licensed songs from various artists. There might be a few tracks from notable reggaeton artists. Army of Two: Devil's Cartel comes out on March 26, 2013 for the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360. According to IGN, hip-hop artists BigBoi and B.o.B are hidden playable characters that can be unlocked.
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