Yesterday Electronic Arts released the first trailer for
its single player version of Medal Of
Honor: Warfighter. The game is set to release on 23 October 2013 on PC, PS3
and Xbox 360.
Before we jump into the boots of protagonist Tom “Preacher”
from Medal Of Honor: Warfighter,
let’s take a stroll down memory lane to honor a franchise that has given us
years of thrilling gaming experiences.
The Medal of Honor (MoH) war universe is rich with
history. The first game was developed by DreamWorks Interactive (now known as Danger Close), published by Electronic Arts and written by Steven Spielberg. It was
published in 1999 for the PlayStation game console. Medal of Honor
spawned a series of follow-up games including multiple expansions spanning
various console platforms. The first twelve instalments take place during World
War II, while the recent Medal of Honor: Operation Anaconda and the soon to be released Medal Of Honor: Warfighter focus on
modern warfare. With a total of 14 titles under its bandolier, the MoH
franchise has become a veteran in delivering war games that are respectful and
as authentic to real life soldiers as can be portrayed within the confines of a
With the MoH series, Electronic Arts invests not only in
entertainment, but also in raising awareness and generating charitable
contributions for fallen warriors from the Special Operations Community. On June 13, the company announced ‘Project
HONOR’, a program dedicated to honoring the sacrifices these soldiers and their
families have made for their country. Through a unique partnership program with
EA for Medal of Honor: Warfighter, elite
weapon and gear manufacturers who equip the Special Operations Community will
donate to the Navy SEAL Foundation and the Special Operations Warrior
Foundation. These esteemed weapon and gear manufacturers will also have their
products featured in the game to help deliver the most authentic
videogame warfare experience this holiday season.
With Medal of Honor: Warfighter, EA
enlisted the help of Tier 1 Operators from the U.S, the Polish
GROM, the Australian SASR, and the German KSK, thereby placing gamers right
into the boots of real life soldiers. This game is set to deliver this year’s
most authentic military shooter experience inspired by real warriors, real
operations and real places. You can pre-order the limited edition that includes
access to the Battlefield 4 beta from Origin, or visit the homepage here.
Now, let’s take a look at the trailer for the single
player version of Medal of Honor: Warfighter. The
game is inspired by real events, the story line set against the backdrop of immense
personal loss and the action an adrenaline rush. The graphics are off the
charts, the sound delivers an explosive experience and the physics are breathtaking.
See for yourself.
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