Another entry in EA's third person Army of Two co-op shooter series is in the works, according to a new set of job listings.

Posts on the publisher's recruitment site, as spotted by Gamerzines, call for a senior producer and lead environment artist "for the Army of Two franchise" to join the Visceral Games team in Montreal.

It would be the third game in the series following Army of Two: The 40th Day in 2010, which won 7/10 from Eurogamer.

"There's little doubt that anyone who fell in love with the first game's slender charms will be enthused by the prospect of more of the same delivered with a higher degree of HD polish," wrote Dan Whitehead.

"With its A-list production still held back by B-list ambition, though, there's ultimately not enough of substance to lure players away from the multitude of other co-op gaming experiences for more than a few days."

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