'Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel' was originally 'Army of Four', confirms Visceral

Visceral Games has confirmed the rumour that originated last year, but was named only because it was the fourth project and not because it included four-player multiplayer.

"That was an internal thing we had," senior producer James Nance said.

"We had [two Army of Two games] and then there was an expansion pack for Army of Two, so it became Four internally. It's not the fourth instalment, it was an in-development, working title. Now it's The Devil's Cartel."

When asked whether four-player multiplayer was considered, Nance responded: "We certainly talked about it, but we really focused on two-player co-op, that's our thing.

"We could have done competitive multiplayer, we could have done four-player or something like that, but we didn't think it was true to what the franchise is. Couch co-op, online co-op, we wanted to stick with that."

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