Ubisoft's controversial third entry in the Call of Juarez series tells the story of three very different above-the-law heroes, and players can step into the shoes of any one of them, both online and off.
A fictional drug cartel has bombed a U.S. law enforcement agency, killing hundreds of people. Believing the cartel has infiltrated federal agencies, the U.S. creates a special task force to hunt down the cartel once and for all.
That task force is comprised of Kim Evans, former gangbanger turned FBI agent; Eddie Guerra, DEA agent and chronic gambler; and Ben McCall, LAPD detective and descendant of Ray McCall from the original Call of Juarez. Each character comes complete with their own personal demons to overcome, which means they each have their own unique story and ending that can be played through alone or with a group of two friends via online multiplayer.
Ubisoft plans on giving us a deeper look at The Cartel's storyline as well as competitive multiplayer as we draw closer to its summer release on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC.