There may be something funky going on with Brothers in Arms: Furious 4. After its announcement at last year’s E3, neither publisher Ubisoft or developer Gearbox have said a peep about it. That’s odd for a game supposedly scheduled for 2012.
Making things even stranger and raising questions is Ubisoft abandoning the trademark for the WWII shooter. When quizzed over the move, a rep for the company told Kotaku: “We don’t have anything to share at this point in time.”
This could mean anything really though; maybe there’s been a name change?
In any case, all we’ve seen from the game is the pre-rendered trailer below and the handful of screenshots seen here. Fingers crossed for a more clarifying statement arriving in the not-too-distant future, as Furious 4 was at the very least an interesting take on WWII games, if perhaps an inappropriate one for the Brothers in Arms franchise.