Army of Two the 40th day was developed by EA Montreal
and is the sequel
to the original Army Of Two
. Like its predecessor, T.F.D. focuses heavily on co-op play
either with a human or an A.I.
controlled partner. Following Salem
again, this time they are working for their own private military corporation
, Trans World Operations (TWO). 40th day is set solely in Shanghai
rather than the globe-trotting of the first game to create a more believable experience and it puts players in the middle of an ongoing catastrophe and conflict.
The game added a new feature called "two-man tactics" to give players a greater amount of choice as to how they will tackle each challenge in the game. Other new features are an overhauled A.I. system, new co-op partner controls, a realistic materials system that allows shooting through walls. Also the weapon customization
has been upgraded; now you can put any part of a weapon onto another weapon, which changes both the look and stats
At the end of the first game, Salem and Rios took down the SCC corporation, thus making them start their own private military organization called TWO (Trans World Operations). There is a cutscene
with Rios and Salem in a helicopter
along with Cha Min Soo and Viktor Roshanko, weapon and armor dealers, and their investors. They ask Alice
to be their contract filer and she agrees. In this second installment in the series, Rios and Salem travel to Shanghai for a reason that is "yet unknown". As the two are there, the city
turns to chaos and an unknown army has attacked for an unknown reason. It is the choice of Rios and Salem to fight their way out, or to discover the mystery of the 40th Day and save the city.
The soundtrack is composed by Tyler Bates:
- What Else Could Go Wrong?
- Bossa China (Interlude)
- Can Your Contact Hear Me?
- Free Murray
- Get To Ground
- A Few Extra Bullets
- Hospital Streets
- Back To Back
So far they have released one DLC
add-on named Chapters of Deceit which adds 2 new campaign
levels: The Assassination and Collateral Damage. It is $9.99 on PSN
and 800 Microsoft Points
on Xbox Live Arcade
Xbox 360 Game Installation on
the Xbox 360
hard drive takes up 6.0GB of space. It is currently unknown whether this results in increased performance or a decrease in load times for the game.