Game details

Army of Two
Sub Genre:
Third Person
Release Date (US):
March 4th, 2008
Release Date (UK):
March 7th, 2008
Online Players:
EA Montreal
Electronic Arts
M [Mature]
PSU Rank:
37 of 1166 Games
PSU Rank on PS3:
35 of 0 Games
Additional Information:
Also available on Xbox 360

About Army of Two

Set in the near future, Army of Two puts you in control of a mercenary team to do paramilitary operations for governments. You will be able to play co-op with a friend, or go through the campaigns in single player mode, giving orders to your partner. However, unlike other games, the AI will decide whether to listen to your orders, based on previous encounters and how well you have been controlling your team.



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Army of Two removes the mold and stale stench from the third-person genre; while trying to implement an entire co-op experience which rarely falls short in any category. If there is ever a sequel released to this game, we’ll be more than excited to check it out.

We like

  • Great partner AI
  • Solid online experience
  • Co-op play is brilliant

We dislike

  • Objective sometimes disappears online
  • Weapon customization is unbalanced
  • Crosshair feels a bit "wild"

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Could you imagine a world where privatized military personnel are the norm and countries no longer have national armies? Army of Two willingly takes you into that world and shows you the harsh reality of what it could potentially cause. It also showcases at what lengths some individuals may go to in order to make it happen. EA’s latest installment into the Third-Person shooter genre is not only a unique one, but a troubl...



  • All primary weapons

    Successfully complete the game on the Recruit difficulty to unlock all primary weapons (assault rifles, shotguns, etc.).

  • All secondary weapons

    Successfully complete the game on the Contractor difficulty to unlock all secondary weapons.

  • All basic weapons

    Successfully complete the game on the Professional difficulty to unlock all basic weapons.

  • All other weapons

    Successfully complete the game on the Operative difficulty to unlock all other weapons.

  • Professional mode

    Successfully complete the game on the Recruit or Contractor difficulty to unlock the Professional difficulty.

  • Easy money in China

    Start the China mission, and successfully complete the first objective for $30,000. After you have completed the objective, go to the checkpoint, which is back down the hill next to the hovercraft by the dock. Once you get to the checkpoint (which saves your money), quit and restart the mission. Repeat this as many times as desired.


Army of Two News

  • Army of Two multiplayer trailer released

    We all enjoy a little multiplayer action now and again. What better way to show off an upcoming game’s online co-op and competitive features than a trailer. EA today released a trailer for Army of Two highlighting the game’s intense multiplayer action. The game sports four different m...

  • Army of Two getting new DLC this week

    Electronic Arts has confirmed that it will be releasing new downloadable content for Army of Two later this week in the form of the Veteran Map Pack. Available for both the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions of the game, the Veteran Map Pack will be released on the PlayStation Store and Xbox Liv...

  • New Army of Two DLC coming next week

    Electronic Arts announced today that new content would be made available next week for the company’s PlayStation 3/Xbox 360 co-operative shooter, Army of Two. The new downloadable content will contain four new maps featuring a number of obstacle courses, with the choice of joining the SSC ...

  • Army of Two tops UK Charts

    Electronic Arts’ cooperative shooter Army of Two has debuted at the top of the UK All Format Charts following its release last Friday on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 The title’s success marks the first time an original Intellectual Property (IP) from EA has graced the top of the UK char...

  • Army of Two getting downloadable content

    According to gaming website Kotaku, Electronic Arts Montreal is planning on releasing downloadable content for its Third Person Shooter title, Army of Two, which is released in North America and Europe today. “I couldn’t help but ask what Electronic Arts Montreal is up to, now that th...

  • PSN has "all the capabilities," says Army of Two dev

    Matt Turner, Assistant Producer for Electronic Arts’ forthcoming Army of Two, has declared that Sony’s PlayStation Network has “all the capabilities” of its rival Xbox Live, but admitted the studio has more experience in working with Microsoft’s online service. Spea...

  • Army of Two delayed till 2008

    Today Electronic Arts announced that they will be delaying Army of Two until next year to let the development team put finishing touches on the game. "Game quality is our top priority. Army of Two has potential to become a lasting EA franchise -- so getting the first title right is essentia...

  • Army of Two Europe Boxart Revealed

    EA UK has released the official Army of Two boxart for the Europe, Middle East, and Africa region. The artwork is definitely well done and brings the two most important things about this game to the centerfold: guns and co-op play. The integration of guns into a city skyline help provide for a ca...

  • No Army of Two demo before retail release

    EA Montreal may dissapoint quite a few gamers with their latest announcement. When Eurogamer asked Chris Ferriera, lead designer of Army of Two, whether they would release a pre-launch demo of their latest shooter, he responded, "Not prior to release. I don't know if there'll be something l...

  • EA talks Army of Two sequel

    At EA's HQ earlier this week, lead designer Chris Ferriera told CVG that he wants to get the development of Army of Two just right, so that the chance of pumping out sequels in the future is a possibility. "To think of this game as a new IP within EA, it has to be right," he said. &quo...

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