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Ubisoft heed the Call of Juarez once more

A modern setting wasn’t an appropriate fit for Call of Juarez. Last year, The Cartel was universally panned for its dull design and forced into the bargain bin before the developers even had a chance to defend it.

Despite this, Ubisoft remain undeterred and clearly still have a lot of faith in the series. Today, they’ve announced Call of Juarez: Gunslinger for XBLA, PSN and Steam.

Due for release in 2013, Gunslinger goes back to Call of Juarez’s wild west roots with rootin’ tootin' cowboys and tumbleweeds. Gunslinger is more akin to Bound in Blood than The Cartel, and will reward players with points and blood as they progress through the campaign.

Call of Juarez: Gunslinger is being developed by Techland, who are also working on Dead Island: Riptide, and is one of several titles Ubisoft announced. The company also revealed Rayman Jungle Run for Android, Thunder Wolves (a shooter for digitial distribution), and Spartacus. The last will be the first free-to-play title from a third party publisher to appear on XBLA or PSN and will arrive early next year to coincide with the related television show's final season.

Reported by Ray Willmott


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