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Los pioneros del juego cooperativo táctico han vuelto! Desarrollado por Visceral Games, los creadores del galardonado Dead Space, Army of TWO The Devil’s Cartel redefine la serie que fue pionera en la experiencia cooperativa con un tono más intenso, maduro y valiente. Además, con la tecnología del motor Frostbite 2 la destrucción máxima está asegurada.
Los jugadores tendrán que trabajar juntos a medida que los objetivos son desvelados, las alianzas comienzan a desdibujarse y el enemigo se vuelve implacable. Con las nuevas misiones, cada jugador debe afrontar y superar los objetivos individuales para lograr un objetivo común. Cuanto más eficaz sea el trabajo en equipo, mayor será la recompensa.
T.W.O. ha tenido enemigos duros, pero ahora te enfrentas al cártel más brutal del mundo. ¡Disfruta la acción trepidante en pantalla dividida o en el modo cooperativo online!
COOPERATIVO PURO Trabaja en equipo y realiza maniobras estratégicas con tus amigos en un verdadero modo cooperativo. Realizarás maniobras de flanqueo, crearás distracciones para atraer el fuego, o le darás un último chute de adrenalina cuando la situación se vuelva un poco caótica. Trabajar juntos como una única máquina de destrucción es la clave para asolar vuestro entorno y acabar con vuestros enemigos con una fuerza aplastante, con escudos antidisturbios, y mucho más!
LIBERA EL PODER DE DESTRUCCIÓN MASIVA DEFINITIVO Destrozad a vuestros enemigos, y aumentaréis la Masacre, una capacidad que os convertirá en una máquina de destrucción absoluta e invencible.
DESAFÍA AL MÁS PODEROSO Y DESPIADADO CÁRTEL DE DROGA MEXICANO Sumérgete en una historia trepidante de acción y violencia en un México que ha sido desgarrado por la guerra contra las drogas.
PERSONALIZA A TUS PERSONAJES Y PREPÁRALOS PARA EL PELIGRO Desde la máscara que les protege en el combate a las mismas armas que los mantienen vivos, los jugadores podrán personalizar el aspecto Alfa y Bravo para crear el equipo de mercenarios más mortífero.
Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel is a third-person shooter video game developed by the Montreal branch of Visceral Games and released on March 26, 2013 by Electronic Arts for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. It is the third game in the Army of Two series, following 2008's Army of Two and 2010's Army of Two: The 40th Day. The game takes place in Mexico and pits T.W.O. against a ruthless drug cartel known as La Guadaña (Spanish for "the Scythe"). It is the first game in the series to run on the Frostbite 2 game engine, whereas the previous two ran on Unreal Engine 3. The demo for the game was released on March 13, 2013. It was the last game developed by Visceral Montreal.
Upon its release, the game received mediocre reviews; criticism was drawn towards the game's removal of the co-op interactions, being only able to play as Alpha, and the game's story. The Devil's Cartel was also a commercial failure for Electronic Arts.
Where as the last two games focused around characters, Salem and Rios, Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel focuses around two new T.W.O. operatives named Alpha and Bravo. It is speculated that the reasoning behind the unidentified names is to give the player the feeling that it is them fighting through the missions.
Returning from the first game is the Overkill mode, which makes both players invincible for a short period of time. However, features such as back to back, playing rock, paper and scissors with your partner, and other co-op interactions have been removed in favor of a more fast-paced gameplay. Competitive multiplayer from the second game does not return to focus on a richer co-op experience.
It has been noted that the game features more customization options compared to the previous games in the series. The Devil's Cartel features a mask creator which allows players to completely customize their masks, thus giving their TWO operative its own persona. Customers can pre-order the Overkill Edition which comes with bonus weapons, masks, outfits, and missions that are not available with the standard version of the game.
Shortly after being recruited into T.W.O. (Tactical Worldwide Operations), Alpha and Bravo join T.W.O. and complete a training session. T.W.O. founders Tyson Rios and Elliot Salem give them their masks and bring the two in a rescue operation to save multiple hostages in a cartel compound. During the operation, Estaban Bautista and his henchman leave as Rios, Salem, Alpha, and Bravo raid the compound. Only one hostage is found alive, a girl named Fiona. Salem attempts to persuade the group to leave, not wanting to risk his life for some "rookies" and "the girl". During Salem's escape, a thug destroys Salem's vehicle, leaving Rios, Alpha, and Bravo attempting to rescue him, but Rios injured his right leg in the process. Alpha and Bravo save the girl from cartel forces and evacuate with Rios.
Five years later, T.W.O. is hired by Mayor Cordova, a Mexican politician seeking to bring down La Guadaña and kill its leader, Bautista. The T.W.O. operatives believe nothing will go wrong until the convoy's movement is interrupted by La Guadaña's forces. Alpha and Bravo survive constant waves as Cordova escapes. Alpha and Bravo push their way to the Cartel's forces to City Hall for extraction. T.W.O. operative Mason drives them out of the city but is killed when the Cartel ambush them on the road. Alpha and Bravo meet Mason's contact, Fiona who aids the team in bringing down La Guadaña and killing Bautista. Fiona gives Alpha and Bravo intelligence that Cordova fled to a local church that is serving as a La Guadaña compound.
Alpha and Bravo fight through a resort to encounter El Diablo, La Guadaña's top Lieutenant, learning that El Diablo killed a large number of T.W.O. operatives and captured Cordova. Alpha, Bravo, and Fiona survive El Diablo's counterattack, and trio go the Church, listening in on Bautista's interrogation with Cordova. El Diablo alerts them as the duo fight their way to Fiona. Surviving a train disaster, Alpha, Bravo, and Fiona temporarily rescue Cordova while surviving T.W.O. operatives die protecting the mayor. Alpha, Bravo, and Cordova are captured after trying to rescue T.W.O. operative Bradley, but to no avail.
Alpha, Bravo, and Cordova are tortured by the cartel in a room. El Diablo reveals his true identity as Salem, who survived the explosion and was forced to face the Cartel by himself. Surviving, he joined forces with Bautista and feels betrayed by Rios and the duo for not "checking" to see if he was alive. Salem kills Cordova for calling him a "monster" and leaves. Alpha and Bravo escape and regroup with T.W.O. operatives Anthony "Baker" Barnes and Charles "Chuy" Rendall, requesting for extraction. Rios is among to hear of Salem's betrayal and orders him to be kept alive and brought to him.
Fiona tells the team that Salem and Bautista are hiding at a hacienda. Alpha, Bravo, Baker, and Chuy lead a T.W.O. strike force with assistance from Mexican Special Forces to raid the hacienda. During the raid, Bautista kills Chuy and Baker. Fiona pursues him, but is captured and relocated to a quarry. Alpha and Bravo are extracted by Rios via helicopter to rescue Fiona.
The trio crash as Alpha and Bravo save Rios, who tells them to get Fiona as he will catch up. Alpha and Bravo successfully regroup with Fiona, who kills Bautista for taking her. However, Salem reveals that killing him was part of his plan and holds Fiona at gunpoint. Salem tells of the times he risked his life for Rios (especially to "save Hong Kong" and took a bullet for Rios, implied of the previous installment), and kills Fiona. Rios charges at Salem, Salem shoots Rios in the abdomen and flips him off of a two story balcony before escaping.
Alpha and Bravo regroup with Rios, who orders them to kill Salem, changing his mind on saving him. Alpha and Bravo corner Salem, who attacks them with an armored vehicle. Destroying the vehicle, Bravo is given the command to kill Salem, but instead allow the Mexican Special Forces take him into custody . Rios, Alpha, and Bravo think ahead of what to do next. They promise to oversee Fiona's burial, carry out an extended vacation, and then sign on for the next mission. Meanwhile, Salem etches the name Alice on his prison cell wall. In the post-credits epilogue, Salem is seen smiling when an armored guard and an unidentified visitor approach him.