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Medal of Honor dev working on an 'unannounced AAA FPS'

Medal of Honor developer Danger Close is working on an "unannounced AAA first person shooter," according to a pair of job vacancies posted this morning.

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captain-obvious1997d ago

lets hope that they get it right this time
im okay with the game being an FPS

anh_duong1997d ago

i am pretty sure it is going to be a sequel to moh

Tachyon_Nova1997d ago

EA said 3 million was the threshold for the possibilty of a sequel, and its already at around 4 million +

If it isnt MoH 2 (of the reboot series), then I'll be bloody surprised.

Wenis1997d ago

I never get excited about these 'announcements'. Whenever a dev announces that they are working on an unnanounced AAA game, a lot of the time it turns out to be another dull game. Of course they aren't going to announce that they're working on another 7/10 average game though...

Max Power1996d ago (Edited 1996d ago )

"AAA Game" means they have a lot of funding and freedom to develop a game, it doesn't go by score.

I only say this because your comment sounds like they class the triple A status by average of scores, at least that is the way I read it.

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RedDead1997d ago

"unannounced AAA first person shooter"

I hate the way this is the description of every new FPS before they are revealed, wasn't Medal of Honour also this?

ironfist921997d ago (Edited 1997d ago )

And that makes...what, 50 shooters for this year and next year?

Someone please make something unique and different. Preferably something with Dinosaurs or Pirates in them! Or Dinosaurs AND Pirates...in space.

Dazel1997d ago

How can they possibly say its AAA before its launched, only the critics and more so sales figures will prove that! Let's hope they learn from their mistakes in MoH.

RedDead1997d ago

AAA actually means the budget they have making the game, they have far more resurces than they need. I think anyway

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