Worms Revolution dev diary shows off stripped-back classic mode

By Brenna Hillier, Monday, 23 July 2012 01:31 GMT

Having introduced all new bells and whistled in the previous three developer diaries, this latest Worms Revolution exposé reveals a mode in which you can turn them all off.

In the video below, Team 17 talks us through the single-player campaign, designed to introduce newbs and veterans alike to new gameplay features like classes and dynamic water; puzzle mode; and multiplayer. One of the most interesting aspects of the latter is a “classic” option, allowing you to disable all the new things. Boy, does Team 17 know its audience.

Worms Revolution hits PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 sometime in northern autumn. See previous diaries here, here and here.

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