Brothers in Arms is a tactical shooter video recording bet on series by Gearbox Software, consisting of ten individual games. The core series consists of the first-person shooters Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30 ( 2005 ), Brothers in Arms: Earned in Blood ( 2005 ), and Brothers in Arms: Hell’s Highway ( 2008 ). The storyline is set against the backdrop of the liberation of Western Europe during World War II. It has chiefly been released for Windows and MacOS platforms equally well as sixth and one-seventh generation consoles and some mobile devices .
- 1 Games
- 1.1 Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30 ( 2005 )
- 1.2 Brothers in Arms: Earned in Blood ( 2005 )
- 1.3 Brothers in Arms: D-Day ( 2006 )
- 1.4 Brothers in Arms DS ( 2007 )
- 1.5 Brothers in Arms: Hell’s Highway ( 2008 )
- 1.6 Brothers in Arms: Art of War ( 2008 )
- 1.7 Brothers in Arms ( 2008 )
- 1.8 Brothers in Arms: Double Time ( 2008 )
- 1.9 Brothers in Arms: Hour of Heroes ( 2008 )
- 1.10 Brothers in Arms 2: Global Front ( 2010 )
- 1.11 Brothers in Arms 3: Sons of War ( 2014 )
- 1.12 Furious 4 ( cancelled )
- 1.13 Untitled Brothers in Arms game ( TBD )
- 2 television receiver series
- 3 References
Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30 ( 2005 )
Developed using Unreal Engine 2, Road to Hill 30 was Gearbox ‘s first plot after a series of expansions and ports to other games, such as Half-Life. It received highly positive reviews from critics .
Brothers in Arms: Earned in Blood ( 2005 )
The second installment in the series, released about seven months after Road to Hill 30. Like the first base crippled, Earned in Blood earned positive reviews, while the PlayStation 2 adaptation received average to incontrovertible reviews.
Brothers in Arms: D-Day ( 2006 )
First-person gunman game for the PlayStation Portable .
Brothers in Arms DS ( 2007 )
Brothers in Arms DS is a third-person taw video game developed by Gearbox Software and published by Ubisoft for the Nintendo DS .
Brothers in Arms: Hell’s Highway ( 2008 )
The third episode in the series was made using Unreal Engine 3, developed for personal computer, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. It besides earned positive reviews .
Brothers in Arms: Art of War ( 2008 )
Art of War is chiefly a top-down shot, featuring 13 missions in three campaigns, including operation Market Garden .
Brothers in Arms ( 2008 )
Brothers in Arms is a game developed and published by Gameloft for the N-Gage mobile gaming service, and is a port of Brothers in Arms DS. The game is a fully 3D third-person shooter .
Brothers in Arms: Double Time ( 2008 )
Brothers in Arms: Double Time is a compilation for the Wii and OS X platforms. The title is a compilation of the first two Brothers in Arms games, Road to Hill 30 and Earned in Blood and was developed by Gearbox Software and published by Ubisoft. It features 31 levels set during the Battle of Normandy .
Brothers in Arms: Hour of Heroes ( 2008 )
Hour of Heroes was the series ‘ first game released for io mobile devices. It was published by Gameloft .
Brothers in Arms 2: Global Front ( 2010 )
Brothers in Arms 2: Global Front is a first-person shooter released for io and Android, with the game ‘s events occurring in World War II.
Brothers in Arms 3: Sons of War ( 2014 )
Brothers in Arms 3: Sons of War is a third-person shooter created for io, Android and Windows Phone .
Furious 4 ( cancelled )
in the first place intended to become the part of the serial, it became a break intellectual place after minus fan feedback. It was cancelled in July 2015 and many elements were pushed into Gearbox ‘s Battleborn .
Untitled Brothers in Arms game ( TBD )
Gearbox ‘s CEO Randy Pitchford affirmed that the ship’s company was working on a newly Brothers in Arms game in September 2021, but as per company policy, they will not show any details of it until they are far closer to completion. [ 16 ]
television receiver series
Gearbox announced in April 2020 that the Brothers in Arms series was being developed into a television broadcast. Scott Rosenbaum is set to be the showrunner, with Gearbox ‘s Randy Pitchford, Ubisoft Pictures CEO Jean-Julien Baronnet, Richard Whelan and Sean Haran as producers. The first season is planned to be developed around Exercise Tiger, a black prepare exercise during WWII. [ 17 ]