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    The next Medal of Honor game has crept from the shadows. According to the Official Xbox Magazine, the new game is titled Medal of Honor: Warfighter and is due out this October. Developed by the original game's Danger Close studio, Warfighter will run on EA DICE's Frostbite 2.0 engine, which powered Battlefield 3. The game will reportedly follow a group of Tier 1 Operators, as was the case in 2010's Medal of Honor.
    And while Danger Close will be using DICE's game engine, it won't be calling on the studio to once again handle Medal of Honor's multiplayer component. According to OXM, Danger Close is bringing Warfighter's multiplayer component in house. No mention was made as to which platforms Medal of Honor: Warfighter will ship for, but the 2010 game landed on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC. According to the magazine:

    "The publisher Electronic Arts will have more details to share concerning Medal of Honor: Warfighter at the 2012 Game Developers Conference in San Francisco next month. EA holding a Medal of Honor-themed event in that city on March 6."

    Danger Close bringing shooter sequel to shelves this fall; will run on DICE's Frostbite 2.0 game engine with multiplayer developed internally.

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    Medal of Honor: Warfighter - 7 Screenshots

    Check out first Medal of Honor: Warfighter game screenshots.

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    Medal of Honor: Warfighter - New Details Revealed

    New details about EA’s newest entry into the Medal of Honor franchise, titled Medal of Honor: Warfighter, have emerged. The Official Xbox Magazine put Warfighter on the cover and has revealed some details about the game’s single and multiplayer modes. We know that Danger Close is developing the game in it’s entirety, and we also know that they will be using the Frostbite 2 Engine to do it. What we didn’t know was that the game is being loosely based on actual events and while there will be a co-op mode in the game it will not be part of the campaign. The rest of the details revealed can be somewhat of a spoiler so view at your own peril. EA is readying Medal of Honor: Warfighter for an October release date, right in time to challenge whatever Call of Duty is thrown at it. Thanks to NeoGAF user Nirolak for these details.

    • Developed by Danger Close (both single and multiplayer)
    • Frostbite 2.0
    • Releasing October 2012
    • The story continues to be about Tier 1 Operators.
    • The story is also written by Tier 1 Operators, and loosely follows actual events and operators.
    • Now working with over 24 operators for information and feedback, since they were quite happy with MoH1 and a lot more volunteered to help.
    • They’re not talking much about multiplayer yet, but we did get a few details.
    • The multiplayer will include various international tier 1 factions (British, Australia, German, Polish) and some kind of one-shot, one kill hardcore mode.
    • There will also be a co-op mode, but the game won’t have full campaign co-op.
    • ”There are hook in our multiplayer that are… different.”
    • Besides just the missions, the game’s plotline will focus on the personal issues operators face. One example given is about a strained phonecall between an operator and his wife.
    • The main characters of the previous games return.
    • One of the missions takes place in Isabela City in the Philippines after it has been flooded by a typhoon, creating a venice like scenario with knee high water.
    • Again, as it’s based on real events, they don’t want the game to feel like a Michael Bay movie, so you won’t see things like the Eifel Tower exploding.
    • However, since it is Frostbite 2, you will see things like the level chipping apart, papers flying, chandeliers swinging, and other things that are more plausible in a combat situation.
    • You will sometimes have multiple choices when faced with a situation. One example given is during a hostage rescue, you reach the door to the room the hostages should be in. You can either kick it in, C4 it, throw a grenade in, or use a flashbang. This will presumably change how the next part plays out tactically.
    • The rest of this section involves trying to escape the city with two hostages in tow and one of your teammates bleeding out. It’s implied there’s some kind of time pressure here, but not explicitly stated if there’s a clock.
    • OXM notes that the biggest difference between the game’s campaign and other modern warfare shooters will again be tonal, so if you’re wondering if you will like the game’s campaign, ask yourself if you want a more polished/improved version of Medal of Honor 2010.
    • I imagine this is the mission we’ll see at their March 6th conference.

    Would you look at that, it looks like EA is genuinely trying to make something different to separate itself from all the other modern military shooters out there. Of course the game is still a long way off, and who knows what direction the game will take in its final form. Aside from these new details, we wonder if this trend of putting either Medal of Honor or Battlefield up against Call of Duty year-in and year-out is something EA’s new business plan.

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    Medal of Honor: Warfighter - EA Rules Out Bin Laden Mission

    Just-announced EA sequel Medal of Honor: Warfighter is loosely based on the real life missions of Tier 1 Operatives, the same guys who successfully assassinated Osama Bin Laden last year. You might think developer Danger Close could be tempted to feature the famous mission in its upcoming shooter follow-up then, but apparently that's not the case. Producer Greg Goodrich told OXM US when asked about a possible Bin Laden mission:

    "That's not our story to tell. That's 'family business' to [the Tier 1 Operators]. It's been an interesting exercise learning what's okay and what's not okay [to portray in the game]."

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    Medal of Honor: Warfighter - Exec Producer Nearly Quit Over Taliban Controversy

    Medal of Honor executive producer Greg Goodrich has said the backlash over the Taliban's inclusion in the 2010 series reboot almost led him to resign from his position. Publisher EA and developer Danger Close came under fire from mainstream press outlets such as Fox News for planning to allow gamers to play as The Taliban against US forces.

    Branded as disrespectful, faced with political pressure, and inundated with messages from friends and families of soldiers serving in the war, EA was forced to change the name of the playable faction from 'Taliban' to 'Opposing Force'. Goodrich spoke openly about the whole affair in the latest issue of Games Master, where he described:

    "Playing piggy-in-the-middle during clashes between the desires of a mega-publisher and those of a community of highly-trained killers, referring to the Tier One soldiers that advised Danger Close during development."

    He said he wrote a letter of resignation on at least two occasions, citing the immense pressure of the Taliban incident as a driving factor. Goodrich wrote:

    "Having to deal with the secrecy of these communities, keeping their reputations intact and holding their livelihoods in the palm of my hand - not even having earned the right to yet... then having that break out!
    There were a lot of things going on. There were two specific incidents when I decided I just couldn't do it... Everything that these guys have built and lived for over the last 15-20 years of their careers is now in my hands. I took that very seriously and had a lot of sleepless nights and did a lot of staring at my ceiling thinking 'what have I gotten myself into?"

    Fortunately, as GM notes, EA managed to put things right and went on to raise money for the families of soldiers. Goodrich is now collaborating with Tier One operatives on a sequel titled Medal of Honor: Warfighter. According to the GM feature, the friends and family of soldiers are being given final cut on Warfighter's content.

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    Medal of Honor: Warfighter - To Deploy In October

    Expect an even more authentic story in the sequel to 2010's Medal of Honor. That's because even more real-world Tier One operators have been involved in the development of the game with studio Danger Close, which co-developed the 2010 Medal of Honor.

    The new game, Medal of Honor: Warfighter, due Oct. 23 for PS3, Xbox 360 and PCs, focuses on two Navy SEALS and members of AFO Team Neptune, Preacher and Mother, who appeared in the 2010 game that was set in modern-day Afghanistan. A slight departure for Warfighter is that the game is not based on any specific real-world battle, says Greg Goodrich, who returns as executive producer. Greg Goodrich explained:

    "Medal of Honor started as the game version of Saving Private Ryan and that film was a historical fiction, an actual event but a fictional story woven through history. So we have done that even up to the last game, which was loosely based on Operation Anaconda (a major 2002 battle in Afghanistan)."

    While Warfighter is not based on an identifiable actual battle, he said:

    "It's focused on the threat of PETN (pentaerythritol tetranitrate), a nasty, nasty explosive that we have all been faced with over the last few years whether you realize it or not."

    PETN was used by the 2001 shoe bomber Richard Reid and the 2009 "Underwear Bomber" and was found in printer toner cartridges bound for the U.S. in flights from Yemen in 2010. Goodrich said:

    "It's a very real world threat that the guys are faced with keeping off our shores and out of our shopping malls and train stops. Every mission in the game has a dotted line to something that has been either inspired by actual events or has happened or is loosely based on something that has happened."

    The story, penned by actual Tier One operators, also gets close to home in looking at the dynamics of an operator's home life, he revealed:

    "When we begin our story there is sort of this crossroads that Preacher has come to that the relationship with his wife can go either way. She needs help raising their child and she is about to give up. But Preacher he is a fighter and he is going to do whatever it takes to repair that and fix that."

    Events happen that collide their personal world with the larger world of the Tier One operators and their missions. Goodrich explained:

    "It all comes to a head. That is sort of the crux of these two individuals and her understanding why he does what he does and who he is and truly why he is gone all the time because she now sees the evil in the world that he sees. Likewise, it becomes very real to him in the sense that the issues that they had and the things they argued about maybe weren't as important as they thought they were at the time. ... It's the kind of story you don't normally get in a game about war."

    More than two dozen Tier One operators have consulted on the game, Goodrich says. 2010's Medal of Honor conveyed to many operators about the developers' reverence and respect for soldiers, says Nate, one of operators who helped co-write the game's story (he and the other operators interviewed gave only their first name). Nate said:

    "Through the growing pains of that last (game) and the amount of money they were able to raise (for the Navy SEAL Warrior Fund), it really opened up their eyes on how tastefully they were able to portray the men and ... really opened up the door."

    The goal with the new game is to give players a better sense of the (Tier One) community and who these guys are and that the story really touches people, says Nate. He added:

    "It is meant to be entertaining, and we hope people really enjoy that, but in the process there's a lot of misconceptions that will be stripped and there's a lot of clichés that will be destroyed. And there's a lot of humor that will be injected. But at the end of it you hope people get a sense of wow this is not who I thought these guys were. They are very likable, very approachable very family-oriented guys."

    The amount of input from elite level special forces personnel goes beyond that in any entertainment project so far, says Tyler, another of the Tier One operators involved. Tyler added:

    "That's going to translate into the game and into the experience. I'm a gamer and I love playing games and I was also in the community. I can finally play my experience."

    Goodrich would not shed any details on the multiplayer mode of the game other than to say:

    "We are doing a lot of really cool things."

    The game will be previewed at next week's Game Developers Conference.

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    Medal of Honor: Warfighter - Debut Trailer

    EA's released the first trailer for Medal of Honor: Warfighter, this year's Frostbite 2-powered FPS contender. The trailer claims players can pre-order the limited edition version of the game for no extra cost, suggesting you'll get extra goodies for free.

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    The first details on Warfighter, including word on co-op and multiplayer, emerged late last month. Yet again developed by EA's Danger Close, Warfighter continues its focus on the real-life elite soliders, the Tier 1 Operators.

    Multiplayer is being developed in-house at Danger Close, rather than by DICE, and Tier 1 Operator forces will be represented, including the SAS (British), SASR (Australian), KSK (German), and Grom (Polish).

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    Medal of Honor: Warfighter - Tier 1 Returns Interview

    We get the inside scoop on what to expect from Medal of Honor Warfighter.

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    Medal of Honor: Warfighter - Go Behind The Headlines and Limited Edition Details

    Medal of Honor Warfighter tells the personal story of U.S. Tier 1 Operator Preacher, as he returns home only to find his family torn apart from years of combat deployment. Trying to pick up the pieces and salvage what remains of his marriage, Preacher is reminded of what he’s fighting for - family. But when a deadly explosive known as PETN penetrates civilian borders and his two worlds collide, Preacher and his fellow teammates are sent in to do what they do best solve the problem.

    Players that pre-order the Medal of Honor Warfighter Limited Edition (Available while supplies last) will unlock the U.S. Navy SEAL Tier 1 Sniper class on day one of launch. This multiplayer unlock (Internet connection required) saves an estimated 40-hours of time that would normally be required to unlock the operator. Medal of Honor Warfighter Limited Edition is available on Origin.com and other participating retailers. Visit the Limited Edition Details page for more information. Greg Goodrich, executive Producer, Medal of Honor wrote:

    "From recent news headlines to movies to best-selling books, everyone is talking about the Special Operations Community and the warriors who defend our freedom. Medal of Honor Warfighter gives these Operators a chance to tell their personal story of brotherhood, family and the current fight. But Tier 1 Operators are not uniquely American. This year we’re going global and introducing international Tier 1 units in our multiplayer game and taking players to hotspots around the world. We continue to honor these warriors with reverence and respect with an authentic look into their lives at home and abroad."

    In multiplayer, gamers around the world can represent their nation’s Tier 1 Operators on the global battlefield. The game features 12 different Tier 1 Operators from a variety of nations including the Australian SASR, British SAS, German KSK, Polish GROM and Swedish SOG among others. For the first time in the series, Medal of Honor Warfighter introduces multi-national Tier 1 “blue-vs-blue” team play where the world’s best-of-the-best warriors go head-to-head in online competition.

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    Medal of Honor: Warfighter - Powered By Frostbite 2.0

    Medal of Honor Warfighter executive producer Greg Goodrich told Joystiq this evening that October's Danger Close game is being built using EA DICE's in-house Battlefield engine, Frostbite 2.0. This marks the second use of Frostbite 2.0 outside of its origin studio, following last year's Need for Speed: The Run.
    After a brief on-stage presentation of the game in action, Goodrich spoke to us about how Danger Close is attempting to distinguish the game visually, despite it being built in the same engine that powers EA's other big shooter. To us, the game didn't look dramatically different from what we've seen in DICE's work with Frostbite 2.0, via BF3. Executive producer Greg Goodrich explained:

    "I don't think the engine dictates on what it's gonna look like. We have a wonderful art director who has a very clear vision of the type of lens he wants to tell our story through. The tech is just a canvas, and that canvas is much larger than it's ever been before."

    MoH Warfighter is being developed entirely in-house at Danger Close this time around, with DICE offering little more than engine support (and perhaps the occasional hearty back pat). Goodrich confirmed to us that he and his team aren't growing the same impressive beards during Warfighter's dev cycle. Goodrich said with a smile:

    "My wife won't let me this time. Same guys, less beard."

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    Medal of Honor: Warfighter - More Blue VS Blue Team Play Details

    Speaking in a video interview with Gamespot, creative Producer, Danger Close Rich Farrelly gave more details on the "blue-vs-blue” team play. Which means who's got the best team in the world SEAL or DELTA, or the British SAS or Polish GROM, to create a fast pace good guy against good guy playbook competition. Below you can see the video interview on youtube.

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    Medal of Honor: Warfighter - Some Tier 1 Missions Are Too Personal

    Although Medal of Honor: Warfighter is being developed in close consultation with real Tier 1 Operators, Danger Cloise isn’t touching on some of the group’s most well-known missions.

    Official Xbox Magazine, as reported by GamersThirst, asked executive producer Greg Goodrich whether the game will include the capture of Osama Bin Laden, the most high profile Nave SEALs operation in recent years, Goodrich said:

    "That’s not our story to tell. That’s family business to the Tier 1 Operators."

    Goodrich seemed to suggest that Danger Close has had to do a bit of trial and error in exploring what content sits well with their military advisors, he added:

    "It’s been an interesting exercise learning what’s okay and what’s not okay [to portray in the game]."

    One a semantically-related note, one of the Operators working on the project praised the game for its depiction of family-oriented soldiers. Warfighter is due for release in October, on PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.

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    Medal of Honor: Warfighter - Gameplay Preview

    With actual soldiers writing the game, is Medal of Honor Warfighter as real as it gets? Executive Producer Greg Goodrich gives Blair Herter a look at this upcoming FPS that actually uses FIFA as its model for international multiplayer.
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    Medal of Honor: Warfighter - GDC 2012 Developer Interview Video

    At an exclusive San Francisco event ahead of the 2012 Game Developers Conference, AusGamers caught up with Danger Close Games' Richard Farrelly for a chat about the recently revealed Medal of Honor: Warfighter.

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    Medal of Honor: Warfighter - Helping Make Frostbite 2 a Better Engine

    Following in the footsteps of last year's Battlefield 3, Medal of Honor: Warfighter is another stunning looking Frostbite 2-powered shooter. We got the chance to check it out at GDC last week and chat to EA senior creative director Richard Farrelly about its development. During our interview, he told us developer Danger Close has been helping push the engine in new directions and has managed to create its own signature look for Warfighter. Farrelly said:

    "We have our own challenges switching from one engine to new technology. But like you said, the truth is in the pudding. Through a little hard work learning their stuff the result is the game looks great and plays great. I think we have our own signature look; I think it looks a lot different from Battlefield even though it's on the same engine. It's more intimate, but we still have some of the same elements that they have like the micro-destruction and the amazing lighting."
    We work very closely with the Frostbite team - we're all in the same boat. We're helping to make it a better engine on our end as they are. We work very closely with them and as I said, we've got some former members of DICE working with us."

    Medal of Honor: Warfighter, which is a shoe-in for our laziest video game title of the year award, was recently given an October 23 release date.

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    Medal of Honor: Warfighter - Dev Wants To Avoid Annual Call of Duty Fight

    Medal of Honor: Warfighter's exec producer Greg Goodrich has said he wants to avoid the annual war of words that usually kicks off in the build up to EA and Activision's end-of-year FPS releases. There may have been plenty of respect shared between the publishers' competing development teams in the past, but their top executives don't tend to pull any punches, with EA, which is fighting to erode Activision's dominant FPS market share, particularly guilty of trash talk last year.

    But Warfighter dev Danger Close says you won't hear that kind of sentiment expressed by its dev team in the run up to the game's October 23 release, which falls just two weeks before Activision's expected to launch the as-yet-unannounced Call of Duty: Black Ops 2. Referring to the sniping between the rival camps, Goodrich told the latest issue of GamesMaster:

    "I think that because of our genre and the history of our franchise... it's just a natural thing to want to go out and pick a fight. [But] if you look at it, almost none of it came from the development team. EA is a very big organisation, and there are a lot of grown-ups and adults that manage things that our out of our control."

    Warfighter continues the 2010 Medal of Honour reboot's focus on real-life elite soldiers, the Tier 1 Operators. Its story loosely follows actual events and soldiers, and is co-written by real operators during mission downtime. Goodrich added:

    "It would be almost disrespectful to come out and be boastful about a storyline that's putting you in the shoes of these guys. It doesn't fit. But that's just from us. I'm sure that comparisons will be made and things will be said, but not from here."

    At GDC last week, we had a chance to chat to EA senior creative director Richard Farrelly about Warfighter's development, and specifically Danger Close's adoption of DICE's Frostbite 2 engine and its bid to create a signature look for the new Medal of Honor.

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    Medal of Honor: Warfighter - Authenticity Means Everything For Us

    Authenticity means everything to Danger Close with Medal of Honor: Warfighter, producer Rich Farrelly has told CVG. He said:

    "That’s everything for us. I think that’s what separates Medal of Honor apart from the other guys.

    We take it very seriously. Without that, an interesting setting and story… we’re a floating gun in a world. At least that’s how we view it. It’s really important for us – that’s Medal of Honor’s identity. Respecting the soldiers and telling the story from their point of view."

    Farrelly added bringing in multiplayer development in-house for the sequel – DICE handled MP on the original in 2010 – was huge for the studio, continuing it was looking to have one single vision for the online effort.

    Warfighter’s out this October for PS3, 360 and PC.

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    Medal of Honor: Warfighter - Is More Personal Than Battlefield 3

    In an interview with CVG, Medal of Honor: Warfighter producer Rich Farrelly said that although Battlefield 3 and Medal Of Honor: Warfighter have similarities, like micro-destruction and the amazing lighting, the latter game is more intimate. He also said the game had its own signature look, he said:

    "I think we have our own signature look; I think it looks a lot different from Battlefield even though it’s on the same engine. It’s more intimate, but we still have some of the same elements that they have like the micro-destruction and the amazing lighting."

    Farrelly also mentioned that they’ve been working closely with DICE and are helping to make Frostbite 2 a better engine, he added:

    "We work very closely with the Frostbite team – we’re all in the same boat. We’re helping to make it a better engine on our end as they are. We work very closely with them and as I said, we’ve got some former members of DICE working with us."

    As for the game’s success, Farrelly isn’t expecting Battlefield 3-like sales, instead Danger Close will focus on building the Medal Of Honor brand, he explained:

    "I think we’re in for the long game. We came out with Medal of Honor 2010 and it shattered records for the franchise, it’s moved something like 6 million units sold through, which is far and above any numbers the franchise has done before. So for us it’s about keep building on that – we want to do more this time and then we want to do more the next time around, just as Battlefield has done building from 1942 to where they are now."

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    Medal of Honor: Warfighter - Greg Goodrich Video Interview

    GameArena Interviews Greg Goodrich, Executive Producer on Medal of Honor Warfighter about the upcoming sequel to 2010 Medal of Honor reboot, plus they discuss the introduction of special forces units from around the world... including the Australian SASR!

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    Medal of Honor: Warfighter – All Playable Global Tier 1 Operators Revealed

    A few weeks ago, it was revealed that Medal of Honor: Warfighter would feature 12 different global Tier 1 Operator units that would all be playable in MoH: Warfighter’s multiplayer experience. Additionally, it was also stated that Danger Close would include a special “Blue on Blue” playlist that would allow gamers to pit their favorite units against other. In a recent FAQ with developers, Danger Close answered how these 12 Tier 1 units were chosen. They explained:

    "We spoke to our more than two dozen consultants from the Special Operations Community and we asked them who they fought alongside and most respected in the global Tier 1 Operator community."

    As for which units will be included, check out the list below:

    • SEAL (USA)
    • GROM (Poland)
    • SFOD-D (USA)
    • SAS (UK)
    • JTF-2 (Canada)
    • OGA (USA)
    • FSK/HJK (Norway)
    • S SOG (Sweden)
    • SASR (Australia)
    • ROKN UDT (South Korea)
    • KSK (Germany)
    • SPETZNAS GRUPPA ALFA (Russia)

    Source: mp1st.com
     

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