Posted on Saturday, September 22nd, 2012 at 10:41 PM by Guest
Look out Xbox owners! If you’re a fan of the Medal of Honor franchise and are excited about the upcoming game MoH: Warfighter – then we’ve got great news for you today.
We understand that Danger Close are set to release a beta for Medal of Honor: Warfighter next month. EA announced this the other day, and it will give players the opportunity to try the game and test it before the release.
Medal of Honor: Warfighter is the sequel to the 2010 reboot of the Medal of Honor franchise. Players will control Tier 1 operators through various scenarios, following on from the previous game. Medal of Honor: Warfighter will dot the line to real-world events and will allow players to experience the action as it may unfold in reality.
The new Medal of Honor beta will feature the new multiplayer mode, titled ‘HotSpot’, where players will “attack and defend randomly-selected locations on the Sarajevo Stadium map in Bosnia.”
While I am only a fan of the older Medal of Honor games, such as Allied Assault, due to it’s World War setting and great storyline, I may have to check this out in October as it looks pretty good! Remember, if you pre-order the game you receive guaranteed access to the Battlefield 4 Beta, and various DLC in the limited edition for no extra cost.
For all the latest Medal of Honor news, check out Zero1Gaming.com.
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