2K Games’ previously announced, free cooperative multiplayer game mode is now available for Spec Ops: The Line, the exciting third-person military shooter set in a sandstorm-ravaged Dubai. The free bonus content is the perfect complement to the provocative single-player narrative campaign and is available for download now for X360, PS3 and PC. This two-player cooperative multiplayer game mode is free of charge to everyone who owns or purchases a copy of Spec Ops: The Line.
The cooperative bonus content in Spec Ops: The Line features a series of objective-based cooperative multiplayer scenarios set in Dubai after a series of cataclysmic sandstorms have wrecked the city. It includes four fast-paced missions, each with its own unique objectives, environments and playable characters. The two players must work together to fight through waves of enemies and blinding sandstorms to complete their objectives, emphasizing teamwork and utilizing a variety of weapons and explosives.
In addition to the two-player cooperative multiplayer game mode, Spec Ops: The Line also features an engaging single-player campaign and a competitive online multiplayer game mode. Developed by YAGER, Spec Ops: The Line features an intense single-player narrative that unfolds within the destroyed opulence of Dubai. Playing as Captain Martin Walker, gamers fight through the city in search of Colonel John Konrad and his missing battalion, The Damned 33rd. Spec Ops: The Line also features an expansive, class-based online multiplayer experience that includes squad-based games.
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