RA "It seems the deal has been sealed regarding Army of Four being a thing. Heck, if a voice actor tweeting he "signed on" to do Electronic Arts' new "AO4" video game isn't enough of a sign, I don't know what is. While some feel that Army of Two wasn't even deserving enough of a sequel, we are now on the verge of getting a third installment with Army of Four, a game said to have four-player co-op and runs on DICE's Battlefield 3 engine (and now Medal of Honor: Warfighter), Frostbite 2.0.
I am among the few who happened to enjoy Army of Two. As a lover of co-operative shooters, I was able to look past the shortcomings offered up in the original (only played a few hours of the sequel) and by doing so I found an extremely enjoyable game. The story sucked, sure, but as I played with my brother-in-law during an all-night session and we were constantly tricking and pimping out our guns, we didn't need a story. All we needed was an excuse to increase our bank and buy more equipment. Besides, not every shooter, or every game, for that matter, needs an engaging plot."