Medal of Honor: Warfighter will feature Battlelog integration, EA has announced.
so this is basically a re-skined battlefield... Who would pick this up over battlefield?
It looks interesting to me but i have noticed that they re used animations from BF3.
True but why fix what ain't broken ? , they were made with the Fifa technology iirc , so quite realistic imo.
i am pre-ordering it thats who will be picking it up. after trying MW3 online and hearing about jet packs in blops2 MOH:MW will be my new military shooter till ARMA3 turns up.
why not just stick to bf3?
I like battlelog.
me to. its a good place to handle your clan,friends and game stats.
Yeah and its organized!!!
I like this , might not end up as good as BF3 but Ill take this military over a call of duty game any day , plus I don't get duped into a crappy console port , MW3 on PC is horrible , glad I didn't buy it.
You know, I really wouldn't mind Call of Duty on PC so much as long as they raised the FOV to acceptable levels (MW3 was 65, though Black Ops could go up to something like 80 or 85, so yay-ish for Treyarch), made sure mouse acceleration wasn't forced, and if they FIXED ALL THOSE TERRIBLE IMBALANCES. Let's face it, Black Ops made some good strides. I'm going to wait and do some research and, if the game is more balanced and some of those terrible perks are gone, I might actually pick it up. If not, then I guess it'll be the fourth CoD game in a row I won't get. *shrug* With that said, I'm also hoping Warfighter improves a LOT on where the first failed. The game certainly has a lot of potential, so here's hoping to uses some of it to deliver a solid game.
That sucks for most PC players. I can't stand having to use battlelog to join a damn server. Why can't they just have it in game??? Edit- You can't even play pirated games online unless if there were hacked servers or people using himachi..
And with that there won't be offline mp... You maniacs! Damn you, damn you too heck!
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