Worms Revolution brings class-based action to the table, and the game's intro video below features a narrator character, Don Keystone, explaining why the harmless-looking annelids are so deadly.
Worms Revolution's intro video below features a narrator character, Don Keystone, explaining why the harmless-looking annelids are so deadly, and a lot of it has do with the game's new class system.
The video is done in the cheeky, humorous style that the Worms franchise is known for, with the naturalist Keystone trying to convince the townspeople in a community center that they need to be vigilant about worm activity. Worms Revolution finds its titular invertebrates having evolved into four classes: Scout, Soldier, Scientist, and Heavy. The gameplay has evolved along with the creatures — developer Team17 added a full physics system for objects and water.
Worms Revolution is due out this October on Xbox Live Arcade, PlayStation Network, and PC. In Europe and Australia, it will launch on October 10th on PSN. Check out our E3 preview for more details on the game.
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