The lights are on
The next Medal of Honor game is coming this October.
According to the latest issue of the Official Xbox Magazine, the game is called Medal of Honor: Warfighter. The sequel to the 2010 reboot is again being developed by Danger Close studios and follows the story of Tier 1 Operators. Multiplayer is being developed in house this time, not by DICE.
The game also uses the Frostbite 2.0 engine, the same engine that powered Battlefield 3.
EA will have more to show at the Game Developer's Conference in San Francisco next month. In the meantime, check out the new OXM for more details, interviews, and screenshots.
The first image of the game was posted on the official Medal of Honor website today.
my favorite FPS series, f****** right...and on frostbite engine two.O...consider this preordered.
Cool, sounds interesting. I have yet to play the first Medal of Honor though.
I think it's kind of dumb how a handful are drawing up the comparison between the words 'Warfighter' and 'Warfare'... as a shooter, using the term WAR anywhere the title shouldn't come to as a such a big surprise. My only disapointment is that there are too many high grade military shooters coming out... now I'm really between a rock and hard place. ):
First game had an awful single player campaign,the multiplayer was kinda fun in my opinion,however with all the other great games coming out this year I don't really have the money for kinda fun.
I bought the 2010 version last week and have yet to put it in. To be honest I'll probably buy this game when it comes out
Gosh, can these game names get anymore generic and stupid. They shouldn't even be able to use "Warfighter". That was used in the old Ghost Recon games.
The first MoH (2010) was an OK game, at first, I could barely stand it enough so I only got through the first stage then haven't gone back, until late last year. As short as the game was, and as insignificant it may have seemed in most respects, I thought it was a fine game, and with certain news about this game, and liking the first just enough, I'm actually quite excited about this. Two seemingly OK games from 2010 and 2011, though notably underwhelming compared to rivals of the year (Homefront and Medal of Honor) are getting sequels with two of the best graphics engines around (CryEngine and Frostbite).
I'll get what I need from a fps through Bioshock Infinite this year
I will definitely pick this up. I enjoyed the last one.
so Medal of Honor tanks in the reboot, and Battlefield 3 rocks. EA you own the video game world more or less.... so why do you need two shooters, this had better be better than the last one.
I played the beta of the first game and really didn't see that it was much worse and/or different from Call of Duty. Then again, that might have been the problem...
I really loved the last Medal of Honor. Not sure what it was that intrigued me the most, though. Probably the lack of repetitive gameplay and I had to take a strategic view on the gameplay elements.I hope this one's just as good, if not better. Maybe a little less buggy, too.
p.s. the gun he's holding is desert camo. You know what that means!!!
Hopefully they fixed al the bbugw from the first one
Cool. Love the newest Medal of Honor. Very short campaign but awesome.
I thought that the last MoH was a great game. The campaign really made you understand why you're so thankful to the real men and women that fight over there, and the multiplayer, though admittedly a little sniper heavy, was a welcome change to the ordinary destinations. I loved their Tier 1 mode and thought that it was a great idea. I'm definitely looking forward to this next MoH, although DICE skipping the multiplayer makes me a little apprehensive. I'm sure the campaign will still be worth the price of admission, and I definitely plan on purchasing.