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Released on 15/10/2010
For the first time in the franchises 10-year history, Medal of Honor is leaving the WWII theatre and putting players in war-torn Afghanistan. EA revealed that in 2010, Medal of Honor, an all-new first-person shooter game, will introduce the Tier 1 Operator: a relatively unknown entity directly under the National Command Authority who takes on missions no one else can handle.
Medal of Honor Strategy Guide Features:
- Comprehensive walkthrough and expert strategies for all campaign missions!
- Thorough area maps including enemy locations, points of interest and other key Intel!
- Complete breakdown on weapons and equipment!
- Extensive multiplayer coverage!
Ready for another battle of the shooters? Following last years scuffle between Modern Warfare 3 and Battlefield 3, EA has confirmed online rumours that a new entry in the Medal of Honor series will arrive this October, ready to go toe-to-toe with whatever Call of Duty game Treyarch is cooking up for Activision.
Warfighter will be developed entirely by developer Danger Close, which put together the single player portion of 2010's series reboot, simply called Medal of Honor. Battlefield developers DICE supplied the multiplayer for that title, but will not be involved with Warfighter. The game will still use the same Frostbite 2 engine, however.
In confirming the news, EA released an official piece of art, showing a special ops soldier in desert camouflage. The series began life as a Steven Spielberg produced World War 2 shooter, before being brought into modern day Afghanistan for the reboot. EA has yet to confirm any details about setting or story for this latest entry.
After attracting criticism for using Taliban forces as a multiplayer faction in the 2010 reboot of Medal of Honor, developer Danger Close has revealed that it plans to take a very different approach to online battling for Warfighter, the upcoming sequel.
Rather than pitching two armies against each other, online play will take the form of a "who's hardest" contest between elite fighting forces from around the world. Britain's SAS, Australia's SASR, Germany's KSK and Poland's GROM units will all be available alongside the expected US troops.
"We're doing this because, quite frankly, kids in Poland do not grow up dreaming of being Navy SEALs. They don't," explained executive producer Greg Goodrich at the Game Developer's Conference in San Francisco. "They imagine themselves as GROM commandos, so we're taking a page out of the FIFA playbook and giving gamers the chance to feel some national pride in an FPS. Play for the home team, wave that flag, battle with the best of the best online."
"This is good guys versus good guys," he continued. "This is who would win in a fight - Batman or Superman. It's really, really cool and I can't wait for you guys to see it."
Ready for another battle of the shooters? Following last years scuffle between Modern Warfare 3 and Battlefield 3, EA has confirmed online rumours that a new entry in the Medal of Honor series will ar…
After attracting criticism for using Taliban forces as a multiplayer faction in the 2010 reboot of Medal of Honor, developer Danger Close has revealed that it plans to take a very different approach t…
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