Trouble in Mexico in first Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel trailer

Tactical co-op is back, don't you know.

Maybe you didn't get the message, amigos, this is the bad guy's Mexico.

That's the message spat out in the very first Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel trailer, revealed at Gamescom today.

Judging by the brief story, a mission to drug cartel-riddled Mexico went a bit wrong. So, we rewind and see some of what went on.

Ruined buildings crumble under devastating fire power, gruff men swear, shields block bullets, guns whack faces, a chaingun fires from a helicopter, bullets loose in slow-motion. And so on. Hefty rap music pounds.

Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel is developed by Visceral Games and is coming out in March.

Here's that trailer.

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