Worms Reloaded heading to Steam

Posted By | On 02nd, Aug. 2010

Team 17 has announced that the Worms franchise will be making a comeback on the PC this August.

The Worms will be back on August 26.

And don’t fix what isn’t broken, right? The developers have said that they won’t be making many changes to the core mechanics when the little critters crawl onto screens in all their 2D goodness later this month.

The main new features come in the form of new weapons. While there will be many of the classics- armageddon, concrete donkeys, napalm strikes, and the holy hand grenades- some new ways to disembowl your fellow Worm will also be available in Reloaded, such as poison strikes, electromagnets, ferrets and sentry guns.

Check out the trailer below.


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