The first video in the sequence of gameplay trailers lets you choose to break into a guarded fort the loud or quiet way.
If you’re quiet—otherwise known as smart, in my opinion—John lures guards to their fate by whistling a distraction, taking them down out of view of their buddies, and performing quiet simultaneous takedowns alongside Hector.
Along the quiet route, John and Hector continue using distractions, traps, and the environment to dispense with guards.
On the loud side, they make heavy use of that tactical pause—a contentious feature for the series that we saw at work in the last Desperados 3 gameplay trailer.
If you’re more into interactive games than interactive trailers—and who could blame you—there’s still a Desperados 3 demo available on GOG for their summer sale.