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Which is kind of surprising, yet very cool. The latest Worms title won't break the classic formula that has made the franchise a staple multiplayer favourite for decades now, but the inclusion of things like a car from Rocket League, the dub-step gun from Saints Row IV, and character masks from games like Payday, Broforce, Yooka-Laylee, The Escapists, Goat Simulator, Unturned, and more, add a sense of fun and inclusiveness to a series that already had that in spades.

And as an added bonus the Xbox version will be getting a playable Joanna Dark plus masks from Rare classics like Blast Corps, Killer Instinct, and Jet Force Gemini.

All of these bonuses are part of the The Worms W.M.D All-Stars Edition, and will be available to all who pre-order the game ahead of its launch on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC on August 26.

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