EARTH DEFENSE FORCE WORLD BROTHERS feature

EARTH DEFENSE FORCE: WORLD BROTHERS comes to PC on May 27th

D3 Publisher has announced that EARTH DEFENSE FORCE: WORLD BROTHERS will be coming to PC on May 27th. In order to celebrate this announcement, the publisher released a new trailer that you can find below.

EARTH DEFENSE FORCE: WORLD BROTHERS is taking a completely different look from the rest of the EDF series. After all, the game packs a new art style with 3D voxels. Fans of EDF can expect an EDF game packed with a ton of content from every main game in the EDF series, including weapons, historic soldier classes and enemies, in addition to brand-new ones for players to mix and match their teams of four.

For new players unfamiliar with the EDF series, they can look forward to defeating gigantic enemies. These enemies are from insects to robots and aliens, all composed of 3D pixels. Players can also access a large arsenal of weapons and soldier classes; each class can maximize their unique abilities to lay waste on their enemies in EARTH DEFENSE FORCE: WORLD BROTHERS. The popular third-person shooter series’ exciting debut in a brand-new market aims to create a fun, new appearance, and gameplay experience for both EDF fans and new recruits alike.

Though players can save the world in the EARTH DEFENSE FORCE: WORLD BROTHERS campaign solo with AI teammates, they can also enlist with friends in 4-player online Co-op Play on each platform; however, the game does not support cross-platform play.

Enjoy!

EARTH DEFENSE FORCE: WORLD BROTHERS - Release date Trailer

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