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Worms W.M.D

Rating Summary

Based on 82 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

78

Top Critic Average

73%

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Based on 82 critic reviews
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General Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Aug 23, 2016
Xbox OneAug 23, 2016
PCAug 23, 2016
Nintendo SwitchNov 23, 2017

Developer: Team17

Genres: Action, Strategy

The worms are back in their most destructive game yet. With a gorgeous, hand-drawn 2D look, brand new weapons, the introduction of crafting, vehicles and buildings plus the return of some much-loved classic weapons and gameplay, Worms W.M.D is the best worms experience ever. Work your way through 30 campaign levels of increasing difficulty using the huge arsenal of new and classic weapons at your disposal. Use new vehicles to cause chaos amongst the enemy ranks and use buildings to gain the tactical advantage as you try to dominate the battlefield! Take on up to five opponents in hilarious all-out tactical worm warfare with up to eight worms each, either in local or online multiplayer, including ranked play. Flatten your opponents with the Concrete Donkey. Turn them into chunks of worm meat with the Holy Hand Grenade. Rain down hell from above in helicopters or pound them into oblivion with the tank. With 80 weapons and utilities at your fingertips, this is Worms at its chaotic best!

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Worms W.M.D Reviews

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IGN

7.8 / 10.0
IGN

Worms WMD is a dependable soldier when it comes to laugh-out-loud competitive warfare. It may not have flashy 3D graphics or big-budget actors reenacting huge battles, but its cartoony 2D conflicts are a fun way to test your combat prowess with some weird and wacky weapons.

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20 years and countless games later, Team 17 rediscovers some of the old magic for Worms.

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Worms W.M.D. marks a return to form for the classic turn-based strategy series.

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There really isn't a whole lot more to say about Worms W.M.D. If you've skipped over the last few Worms games but pine for the nostalgic feeling of ripping apart cute little critters across a gigantic map with precision bank shots, you'll be able to relive those memories here. Especially so if you love Armageddon, which this one is trying hard to emulate.

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