EA releasing free Army of Two DLC
5/27/2008 1:28:00 PM
If you've got Army of Two you might want to dig the game out this week as EA is releasing two new co-op maps and one new multiplayer map for the game on May 29th. In the c-op missions you'll finally get to take out Rios and Salem's old boss and take down a dangerous militia group (no, they aren't Nintendo fanboys). It is a bit odd that they saved the big boss battle for the DLC but at least they aren't charging for it.
FINISH THE FIGHT WITH THE UPCOMING FREE VETERAN MAP PACK FOR EA’S ARMY OF TWO
Free Downloadable Content Features Two New Campaign Maps and Enhanced Versus Map
This year’s breakout 3rd person co-op shooter just got more intense! Players now have the chance to extend their ARMY OF TWO™ experience with two brand new co-op campaign maps and an enhanced multiplayer map that offers more opportunities to show that a two-man team can be unstoppable. The free Veteran Map Pack, sponsored by Pontiac, will be available on May 29 in North America and Europe on Xbox LIVE® Marketplace and PLAYSTATION® Store.
Players will experience an all-new map as they find themselves underground in a subway station in Kiev where they must find and destroy the central hub of a dangerous militia. The second map takes players back to SSC headquarters in Miami where they finally get the chance to take out Dalton, Rios and Salem’s ex-boss and the man responsible for framing them, in an intense boss fight where the glory of revenge is finally felt. The Veteran Map Pack features dynamic and interactive environments including destructible objects that were not available in the retail version. The action also continues online with two-on-two teams battling it out in the China Canal Lock map.
ARMY OF TWO has been rated M by the ESRB and 18 by PEGI. It is available on the PLAYSTATION®3 computer entertainment system and Xbox 360™ videogame and entertainment system. For more information on the game, please visit the official game website at www.armyoftwo.com or the EA press website at http://info.ea.com.