A developer would be out of its mind to not include a competitive multiplayer component in its game nowadays, right? This afternoon we were reminded that EA Montreal’s cooperative-focused shooter Army of Two: the 40th Day has more than one online mode. In fact, it appears as if the game will ship with four: Warzone, Team Deathmatch, Control, and Extraction.
We’re worried about the latter mode, Extraction (Horde). Four bros on one screen might generate too much Dude Power, which based on recent scientific research by some college somewhere, is known to cause universal implosion. Hold on to your butts.
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