Activision Unconcerned By Medal Of Honor

Two giants are going head-to-head this holiday season, but one of those giants seems rather unconcerned about the competition.

EA are putting out a Medal of Honor reboot, but Activision believe that their Call of Duty: Black Ops will have too much for it to really be able to compete.

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Sanrin2992d ago

I wouldn't be concerned either, they make all their money from Blizzard anyway!

Eskimo Keith2992d ago

I doubt that Activision should worry, especially since Modern Warfare 3....i mean, Call of Duty 5...6..7? is on the way. People will buy it for the name alone, at least until the repetitive gameplay becomes too much.

BattleAxe2992d ago

I guess it depends on whether you're a fan or not.

Gilliand2992d ago

Actually it would be CoD 8. Wow and I remember playing the first, I feel old now.

Selyah2992d ago

I think its probably more the fact that the audience that likes Call of Duty won't jump ship they'll more than likely own both. Medal of Honor had a huge fan base back in the day but it's been too long and the previous iterations haven't exactly been that great after its debut titles. Call of Duty is too established not that that's a bad thing of course.

JDouglasGU2992d ago

medal of honor may not take out call of duty this fall, but EA is definitely gaining with that and battlefield.

mephman2992d ago

Yea, it's still going to sell a ton anyway, no matter what MoH does.

mzm1192992d ago

After owning BC2 and playing the MOH Beta.. they are the exact same game.

mobijoker2992d ago

This fall COD will survive.But next fall will be interesting.Activision is not worried coz money is no problem as long as WoW exists.Moreover,they've got three chartbreakers coming from blizzard in near future.

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