Worms WMD Announced For Xbox One and PC
Team17 also reveals Worms 4 for iOS.
Team17 has announced two new Worms titles which are set to be fully unveiled at Gamescom 2015.
Worms WMD will allow players to "use exciting new vehicles and enter buildings which add new strategic elements of gameplay to the traditional wormy warfare." As of yet, the game has only been announced for Xbox One and PC with an "early 2016" release mentioned.
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Worms 4, meanwhile, is described as the "definitive handheld Worms experience" and will feature an "enriched look and improved design for mobile." The game will focus on "smaller landscapes, smaller teams, and shorter match length, making action packed battles easily doable whilst on the go."
"Players will be able to take part in turn-based synchronous online multiplayer matches played out in real time, battle their way through 80 single player missions, collect over a hundred weapon upgrades and duel across 5 different themes," Team17 explains.
Worms 4 will be available for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch in August 2015.
Team17 also recently revealed it is partnering with Platyonic Games to publish Yooka-Laylee, the Kickstarter funded spiritual successor to Banjo-Kazooie. In addition to publishing, the company will assist with localisation, QA, marketing, certification and "other business matters."
Take a look at screenshots for Worms WMD below.
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