Insect Armageddon developers Vicious Cycle dropped for Sandlot.
If you were one of the many EDF fans who found Insect Armageddon disappointing then you’re in luck. Not only are D3 bringing the series back to the West, but the makers of Earth Defense Force 2017, Sandlot, are returning for development duties.
Matt Hazard creators Vicious Cycle developed the last game in the series and even though they improved certain aspects including snappier combat and a more cohesive story, the actual gameplay was nowhere as exciting thanks to the introduction of invisible wars and markedly fewer enemies than fans were used to.
EDF 2025 will feature four player co-op and retains the class system which attracted such hatred in the previous game. Well, fans can’t have it all now can they?
Check out the thoroughly Japanese gameplay trailer below to gain an impression about what the sequel is all about.
Hint: It’s mostly about killing things.
Tags: Earth Defense Force 2025
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