As you know here at Flickering Myth we like to keep you updated with everything Worms and with Worms W.M.D just around the corner we’re keeping our finger on the pulse [click here to follow our coverage]. Revealed today from the awarding winning Team17 is the rather delicious full arsenal that we can expect to see in the latest offering in the Worms franchise and with 35 lovely pieces of destruction that include names like the Dodgy Phone Battery plus the OMG Strike, this game is looking better by the day. Check out the New & Classic weapons trailer below to see be unbridled destruction in Worms W.M.D.
Want to know more about the death you can deliver on your Slimy brethren? :-
- Launch the Dodgy Phone Battery on to the landscape and watch as it delivers a short sharp shock between any Worms it hits, using any nearby vehicles and objects as a conductor!
- With the Unwanted Present, you decide the amount of turns it will take to explode from 1-5, stay clear if you see any on the landscape this is definitely more trick than treat.
- Finally, the OMG Strike will call in a satellite to fire down a laser capable of causing huge destruction, a new rare weapon on par with the Concrete Donkey and Armageddon.
On top of all those, the recently announced crafting feature adds in the ability to craft many more new weapons such as the Bazooka Pie, Alloy Baseball Bat, Electric Sheep and Stinking Carpet Bomb. Crafting expands the weapon and utility count to over 80 in total, which will guarantee the most personalized approach to any battle yet and adds in more tactical elements to the series renowned turn-based strategy gameplay.
Worms W.M.D will be available for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC later this year and will feature an extensive single player campaign and both local and online multiplayer for up to 6 players!
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