Fuse launching May 28 in North America, May 31 in Europe

Fuse, a co-op four-person shooter from Electronic Arts and Insomniac Games, will launch May 28 in North America and May 31 in Europe, according to a recent press release.

In Fuse, players step into the role of one of four covert agents: Dalton Brooks, Izzy Sinclair, Jacob Kimble and Naya Deveraux. Each character has a unique set of skills and Xenotech weapons. According to Ted Price, CEO and Insomniac Games founder, said these weapons will offer players a special experience.

"Insomniac Games is known for delivering best-in-class weaponry that breaks the mold of traditional video games — and Fuse is no different," Price said. "These Xenotech weapons further the innovation players will find in this unique, action co-op shooter. We can't wait to bring Fuse, our first multi-platform game, to gamers worldwide this May."

The game will be available for pre-order at several different retailers, each with pre-order bonuses. Current bonuses include four Hyperion prototype agent armor skins, four Hyperion prototype weapon skins and a Quickdraw team perk.

Fuse was delayed in January in order to deliver a "big payout for players." The game, originally titled OverStrike, was initially expected to be released in March 2013. Fuse is being developed for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.

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