EA will deploy a playable co-op demo for Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel on March 12, the publisher has confirmed.
The demo will go live via both the US-region PlayStation Store and Xbox Live Marketplace on that date. Since the announcement targeted the States, it's unclear when the demo will arrive in EU-region digital outlets.
EA detailed the contents of the demo in a press release:
"In the demo, players will step into the boots of private military contractors Alpha and Bravo as they embark on a mission to rescue a kidnapped politician while diffusing an additional hostage situation. From the bottom floor of a dangerous drug lab, to the rooftops of a sky rise, Alpha and Bravo must infiltrate the Cartel's stronghold and overcome hordes of cartel members, all the while working together to survive. With the lives of others on the line, the dynamic duo will need to split up as one player runs into battle face-to-face with their opposition, while the other takes to the sky in a helicopter to man a mini gun and provide cover."
The publisher accompanied the announcement with a new trailer.
EA has confirmed an Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel release date of March 26 in the US and March 29 in Europe.