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Call of Juarez: The Cartel Interview

Posted on Tuesday, March 15 @ 14:44:09 Eastern by Blake_Morse
The Call of Juarez franchise is looking to take a dramatically different approach to things with the upcoming sequel, The Cartel. No more trains and Cowboys and Indians, in the traditional sense at least. Now we'll be getting CIA agents and cocaine dealers and while the dusty desert plains will be making an appearance, so will the paved streets of Los Angeles. We stopped by the Ubisoft booth at PAX East to find out more about the upcoming title.



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