According to the latest issue of the Official Xbox Magazine, Medal of Honor: Warfighter will be the sequel to the 2010 reboot and is again being developed by Danger Close Studios for an October release.
I'm glad that Danger Close is working on the multiplayer this time. I enjoyed the single player even though it was short. However I didn't really enjoy the multiplayer because it felt like DICE didn't really try.
DICE used MoH's multiplayer to test out some parts for BF3's multiplayer. Then the rest they filled in with BC2's multiplayer.
Test out what? They didn't use what I thought was really important in the first game: score streaks.
Yeah, i got that feeling too...
The name is a bit cliched. Since when was a MOH game about anything other than fighting wars?
Sniping ruined the MP and by the time Dice addressed the issue, being too busy with BF3 preparation, the game was dead. The map used for the beta was the only map where snipers could not rule. It was laughable, even as those that only sniped joked about how they were racking up scorechains and dropping JDAMs they were the architect of destroying the game they claimed to love.
They toned down the multiplayer for some reason on that game not at all like dice to do so
but the amount of spawnkill in MP killed it for me! broken spawn point FTL!
Can't wait to see it on Frostbite 2! XD
Yeah, I'm so excited to see Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter....erps......I mean Medal of Honor Warfighter........burp
You mean: Medal of Honor: Point Gun at Enemy, Pull Trigger?
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Call of Duty 10 - brush your teeth Call of Duty 11 - scratch his balls Call of Duty 12 - forever alone
Medal of Honor: Pull the Trigger to Shoot the Gun
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Ccccc-ombo breaker. On a side note I'll just leave this here.
Medal of Honor: Point Shooty Thing at Enemy, Pull Boom maker Medal of Honor: Shoot that guy, numbnutz. Medal of Honor: Fightwar-er Medal of Honor: BattleWrangler Medal of Honor: Shooting at Enemies And finally, Call of Duty: Thanks for your cash. PS: All of the above posters = WIN.
Yeah, it just sounds stupid, like something a little kid would call it. I'm really not a fan of that name but it wont really matter if the game is good.
If anything It'll become famous for its name lol
Agent_hitman killed the joke :L
What is going on here
Medal of Honour- Fenton! Fenton! lol
There is no way I'm even considering this title on sale, bought last Medal on day 1 and to be honest it was piece of shit in every aspect. I won't be but fucked for $60 bucks again where whole reeboot experience was abandoned by studio(s) around the time they finished releasing free and paid DLC.
Lol yes you will. They'll put in a beta for BFBC3 and you will buy it.
Lol!! indeed xD
I disagree because i will be buying, but that on the other hand is true. They practically said **** the game then handed out some crap dlc. Community support was horrible. Starting to make me rethink as well.
The story in MOH was deeper and more emotionally investing than any other military shooter i've played.. there was a sense of comradery, loss, campiagn was great albeit short.
The guy with the beard was awesome...what was his name again...? In short...I disagree.
Not sure about more Emotional but deff a much more realistic SP than COD's over the top the world is on the brink of all out war and its up to you to save it again story. The graphics where also a step above with being able blow limbs off bad guys with a well placed shotgun blast.
Got it for $20 in the Walmart bin. For some reason the online code doesn't work, but I didn't really care.
Your right. I also fell for it day one. This is how it will go down, May - A tidbit trailer to wet your appetite; July - They tell you MOH is coming again; September - Exclusive demo on a console (which don’t even beat a mouse and keyboard); 01 October - MOH is on all game magazine as the coming of the messiah and is touted by reviewers as such; Launch day - Supermodel booth babes with exclusive press showing and me running to the store to pick one. The studios have a PHD in how to brainwash customers out of their money on yearly basis. Cash cow strategy anyone.
i loved medal of honor and im looking forward to playing this
It was truely an underrated game
A sequel to this generation's most mediocre modern warfare style game. Woopee.
Completely agree! Going from the MP beta to Danger Close's single player felt like going backwards in time. The entire feel of the game felt like COD which I personally don't like AT ALL. Going from a pretty good amount of recoil and feel of weight in gun handling in MP to a no recoil laser gun fest was WEAK.
Ya and Call of Duty is ground breaking !
Both have been done to death, become stale and started to stink. Need a more interesting genre if they want to keep shooters alive. More games in space are required.
I believe the most mediocre modern warfare game not only this gen but ever, is actually Modern Warfare itself. -_-
If you're talking about Call of Duty 4, then I disagree. CoD4 has really paved the way for a lot of modern shooters. Anyway, I never played the newest MoH but I hope they can do something with their sequel. We need to be liberated from these cookie cutter fpss.
theres been MANY modern warfare shooters BEFORE codmw was even announced
CoD4 paved the way? Funny because I guess it paved the way and immediately stopped being innovative the second it came out, because every sequel to it has been trash, as well as any game inspired by it (Homefront, anyone?) CoD4 was a nice game, but that was it. And there were tons of modern combat games before CoD4 was even though of, like Battlefield 2, some of the Desert Storm games, Full Spectrum Warrior, SOCOM, etc. Honestly, all CoD4 did was have the same old CoD gameplay, just added in killstreaks and put it in a modern setting. People saying the game was "fast" and "hectic" clearly never played any of the other CoD games before it, since they were just as fast, if not faster in some cases.
Who else thinks Warfighter is a funny name ? It's like they are trying too hard to make macho names. StrongBad anyone ?
Ghost recon advanced warfighter. I think it's too similar.
lol. Medal of Honour - Not so Advanced Warfighter
Medal of Honor: Modern Warfighter lol.
It's a military term in common usage: http://www.army.mil/feature...
Although I did not enjoy my time with the multiplayer personally, I did find the campaign to be refreshing. There were a bunch of things that I didn't care for but I'm not going to list them all. MY main problem is that my bff(lol) lives a couple of hours away(he lives near some of my family not that you care lol). Anyways, my problem was the complete lack of any sort of pre-game lobby system. It's rough when the only time you talk to someone(aside from the occasional text) is online. Especially when you have to jump straight into a match and not even being able to say "hello" or complain about work(me) or the old lady(him) first. ANYWAY..... I'm going to be keeping my eyes on this for the time being. What actually got my attention at all is that they will now be making both the single player and the multiplayer aspects... So..... here's hoping.
Looking forward to it, can't wait to see the job they did... Hope they fixed the Lag delay though... it was the thing that i hated in the multiplayer
From my impressions EA is alternating Battlefield/MoH much like Activisons alternating development cycle of Call of Duty. Is this correct? I say this with hopes that Metal of Honor in 2012 will be what Battlefield 3 was of 2011 (2011-present).
I think so too, but EA has more to alternate with, BF, BC, and MoH, if they put 2143 as another bf3 game then they have 3 games which at their core play similar have vast differences. I didn't bother with MoH cause I played the beta and it didn't tickle my fancy.
I think they have more to alternate with, as well. I made the comparison without liking it myself. I think EA has to have a FPS-release annually in order to compete against COD. And I enjoy Battlefield3 immensely, and loath CoD. ' So an annual EA-FPS release is great in my mind. Be it BC, MoH, or BF; I'll be buying.
Ps vita Exclusive?
I'm actually glad they announced this. The first game was refreshing in it's singleplayer, orienting on the soldier's story and companionship except "'splosions and invasions and shit" CoD does.. I didn't like the multiplayer much simply because I have BC2 and they felt, looked and played the same, but Battlefield is Battlefield. Here's to hoping the next MoH won't be another Battlefield in disguise.
Warfighter? This title has already been used by Ghost Recon a few years ago. Talking about rehash ideas, MOH die hards should be concerned.
I admit that I bought Medal Of Honor on the Xbox 360 when it when on sale for like $10. I loved the single player campaign, absolutely loved it. The ability to go prone, switch the guns from semi auto to automatic. It was really great, although it was short. Then I go to the multiplayer, which played like a Bad Company ripoff, it handled so different from the campaign, no prone, no switching rate of fire, it was just bad. Now that Dice is stay away from this game, I might actually be inclined to buy this game earlier. Am I the only one that thinks EA's plan to "Not release a sequel yearly" is to release a Battlefield game <Bad Company or regular> and then MOH game after? I mean it's basically the same cycle as COD, 2 year game cycles.
I actually really enjoyed the SP of the last game. Quite keen to see what they will do next.
I liked the last MOH. Not the best game, but it was really gritty in its realism which is hard to find these days. I'm also glad to see DICE isn't developing it because They need to focus on BF. And if BF and MOH are alternating then MOH should focus on the ground warrior with small objective based game modes in multiplayer with 2 to 4 squads of 4, and have a HEAVY focus on gun customization. NO PERKS or KILLSTREAKS PLZ. also they should bring Combat Mission back
Milk it like Activision EA Modern Warefare then Black Ops Medal of Honor then Battlefield
Thanks for stating the obvious. Everybody knows EA is going with a schedule like this assuming everything goes well for those games: 2012: MoH 2013: BF:BC3 2014: MoH 2015: BF4 (or maybe another spin-off) 2016: MoH 2017: BF:BC4 (or a spin-off) The 2014 MoH is probably gonna be the first next-gen flagship shooter from EA.
For those of you who are saying that this game is going to be the same thing as the last MOH should try reading the article. It says that this MOH will not be co developed which means the SP & MP will be a more cohesive experience. Also it looks like it will be using frostbite 2 which is going to make a big difference in the way the game looks and plays especially when you consider frostbite 2 is designed to run at 60fps just like id Tech 3 (the COD engine) and if Danger Close decides to go that route we might be seeing yet another strong alternative to COD.
Treyarch, Danger close, Sledgehammer, Dice... These guys are going to get their shit pushed in by RESPAWN ENTERTAINMENT
we literally know NOTHING about their project. I can't exaggerate this point enough. NOTHING = what we know about Respawn's first game
why dont they just name them like Madden Medal of Honor 2012!!!
wasnt there a cover system in the campaign? itd be interesting if that translated to the MP, but unfortunately it didnt. I liked the MP, but it did feel like a toned down battlefield.......whether thats "bad" is up to the individual player, all I know is EA just seems to be trying to attract the COD players that dont like BF to this game. This gen it seems to be all about getting some of that COD marketshare.....smh hence how every title is an FPS. -___-
Medal of honor Campaign was pure awesomeness
Why keep hyping up Dice? A lot of the games they make feel unfinished. Especially Medal of Honor.
the ghost recon games were more advanced..
I loved sp of moh 2010 especially the last mission since that was base off a real event and you actually felt something when Neil Roberts (rabbit) dies. I think Danger Close did great job just showing off the best they could to what the real U.S. soldiers do and go through in sp. I hope Danger close does that again and pushes the sp more and makes it a lot longer. Now mp is indeed of a overhaul tweaking and fixing. Moh 2010 had a good mp but it felt so much could still be done to it and it was trying to be cod but also bf and didn't work as well as it should.
I have to say, though, they didn't portray Rabbit's death as it was IRL. He apparently fell out of the Chinook with only a pistol and 2 grenades. His LMG didn't fall out with him, he ran out of ammo, and they took him and shot him. Bit different than it was shown in the game. http://www.navyseals.com/ne...