Rumour has it that EA is busy developing a sequel with four player co-op, and it's being powered by DICE's Frostbite 2 engine, meaning destructibility will be a major highlight.
Army of Two released back in 2008, with a sequel - Army of Two: The 40th Day - arriving in 2010. EA's Montreal studio is said to be handling the new project, which isn't going well.
That's what an insider spilled toanyway, who also believes that now Battlefield 3 is officially complete there'll be some DICE developers lending a hand. It's been very quiet on the Army of Two front ever since The 40th Day released. Would EA gamble with its return by adding a whole other pair to the third-person shooter?
Rumour: Frostbite 2 powering EA's unannounced 'Army of Four'
01 December 2011 | By Simon Priest