Medal of Honour. What to expect.

Medal of Honour, another Wartime shooter, is getting a reboot. It’s 14 games in the World War 2 Era, how will it fair in the Present day Setting.

Developed by Danger Close, a New studio with EA, comes a reboot of the Medal of Honour franchise. Taking some inspiration from that other franchise known as Call of Duty,  Medal of Honour has been brought into the present day setting. Afghanistan to be precise. And it’s because of this and the fact that the Taliban are playable that it has been getting lots of media attention, just maybe not the kind they intended.

The Single-player campaign sees you playing as multiple characters from the “Tier 1” and “Big Military” perspectives and will follow several “Tier One Operators” during Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan. Players can also play as a US Army Ranger and an Apache Helicopter gunner.

Gameplay wise, the experience is designed to be realistic and to ensure this EA have gone as far as hiring consultants from the US military. Typical in-game objectives are expected to be similar to real-life objectives. Like Terrorist hideout raids and hostage rescues. The single-player is also set to include driveable vehicles, like helicopters, jeeps and a quad bike.

Other than this, not much info seems to be surfacing, in comparison to games like Halo: Reach and Call of Duty: Black Ops anyway. Oh well, that’s it for this rather short ‘What to expect.’

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About Nick Duggan
I'm 19 an I study Computer Games Design at Staffordshire University. I'm a video gamer and also a Yu-Gi-Oh! collector/player. Twitter: @30DiedOnMars

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