Army of Two redefines co-operative online gameplay as players seamlessly move from an A.I. partner to live players. Gamers will battle it out online as they advance through six intense levels in the two-player co-op campaign mode. Players can also go for bragging rights by determining which team is the most deadly military outfit in two-on-two team battles in four distinct multiplayer versus maps. As ex-Army Rangers now turned contractors for a Private Military Corporation, players spend their hard earned cash on more accurate and deadly customizable weapons. Players can use special co-op features to complete their paid missions including the new and unique Aggro feature that ensures their partner goes unnoticed when approaching enemies.
- Two Man Gameplay Co-op is no longer a mode, it's the game. Team up with a live or AI partner on two-man missions using two-man tactics to ultimately create an advantage that no enemy can withstand.
- Partner AI - Army of Two delivers intelligent partner AI (PAI) that interacts, adapts, collaborates and learns from their human partner. The PAI will also react and adjust to the gamer's ability and how they play the game by taking the lead or following, driving strategy or taking orders. It is the dream of the human machine.
- Customizable Weapons - Customize and upgrade dozens of deadly weapons and share them with your partner off or online.
- Dynamic Environments - EA's Montreal studio pulled out all the stops to deliver realistic character and environmental effects including fluid dynamics that showcase open-ocean water-wave simulation as well as High Dynamic Range (HDR) lighting.
- Contemporary Storyline Ripped from the Headlines - Army of Two will captivate gamers with a politically charged storyline, centering on the impact and ethical issues of Private Military Corporations.
- Online Gameplay - Army of Two redefines two man online gameplay with players seamlessly moving from PAI to live players as they make their way through the game.
- ESRB Rating: MATURE with Blood, Strong Language, and Intense Violence