previewed on PC
And so… it continues
Here comes a game to help out with your anger management issues. Mercenaries 2: World in Flames follows in the footsteps of its predecessor with the idea that you can destroy ANYTHING.
For those of you looking to release a little aggression or those who just like fun and entertaining video games, get ready for a heart pounding action game coming to you from Pandemic and EA Games. Set for a release later this year, Mercenaries 2: World in Flames is shaping up to be one of the most exciting titles for the holiday season.
There are a variety of changes in this game from the first Mercenaries game, which was critically acclaimed and sold decent numbers when it was released back in January of 2005. The new game is based on the same open ended premise from the first title but is built from the ground up for the next generation systems, meaning… it looks fantastic.
Mercenaries 2: World in Flames will also feature co-operative multiplayer, enhanced destruction (you can now destroy even MORE of everything), and a massively huge interactive game world. Unlike most game worlds, the world of Mercenaries will adhere to our common laws of physics. For example, if you exert a force on an object it will exert a force back. Or if you exert enough force, that object will be obliterated. Not to mention the other laws like what goes up must come down or if you put it on fire, it will burn.
Learn to Swim…
Players of the first Mercenaries game will recall that water was a big hazard and did not really stick to the world of reality in the sense that falling into water meant death. Mercenaries 2: World in Flames will feature a variety of crafts to get across sections of water in the game, which do not require life jackets to operate.
Furthermore, it will give you a massive amount of artillery, guns, bombs, fire, etc for you to use in the field during your battles. With over 100 unique tasks and quests to undertake in an open ended world of chaos, this game will have plenty of content to keep you excited and busy.