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Harrison Lee posted a article in Industry NewsWhen I think of Medal of Honor, I typically think of dramatic gunfights, explosions, and lots of bad guys meeting inglorious ends. Imagine my surprise, then, when the trailer below popped up. MoH: Warfighter has legitimate driving sequences that make Need for Speed look tame. I kid you not, this trailer has literally sold me on getting this game. According to Danger Close, a number of developers formerly worked on the NfS series so it was a natural evolution to include combat driving. Now, driving may not be a new thing to shooters, but I've never seen a car sequence so intense and chaotic. Preacher, the central protagonist of Warfighter, is literally tearing apart entire streets chasing after a lone sniper. The whole time a steady stream of explosions, fleeing pedestrians, and careening cars erupts about him. It's an orchestra of chaos and it's absolutely brilliant to watch in motion. If you're still curious about combat driving in real-life, check out this SEAL Team Six companion video that explains the real skills. Look for Medal of Honor: Warfighter on Xbox 360, PS3, and PC this October 23. Super intense driving trailer! The real thing! What do you guys think? Is this enough to sell you on Medal of Honor?
To be part of the Special Warfare division of the United States military, it takes a certain type of person. This person must have absolute devotion to their country and their comrades, be willing to sacrifice everything in the name of honor and duty, and be prepared for any situation. While many of those who answer the call to become this ultimate warrior come home safely, there are others who do not. In honor of those who have paid the ultimate price, EA and Danger Close have established the Project HONOR fund, a charitable group founded to support the Special Warfare community and all who are involved. This includes families of fallen operators, returning veterans, and active duty members. By making contributions to organizations such as the Navy SEAL Foundation, EA and Danger Close aim to repay the sacrifices of soldiers who have given so much to defend America“s freedom. To support the Project HONOR foundation, several military gear and apparel companies have partnered with Danger Close to make contributions to the fund. These partners include Magpul, Trijicon, and London Bridge Tactical. In addition, several companies are creating specially-themed Medal of Honor items available to the public. 100% of the proceeds are donated to the Project Honor fund. One of my personal favorites is the Limited Edition (only 500 LE's) Voodoo tomahawk from SOG and the patch set from London Bridge Tactical, both of which can be viewed below. If you are a part of the military, Danger Close has an extra treat for you. A special Medal of Honor: Warfighter Military edition will be available through the GovX store. This version of Warfighter features a special Project HONOR skin and some extra DLC for character customization. Again, you must be an active duty service member or a veteran to make a purchase through the GovX site. But don't worry, non-military folks can still pre-order the limited edition and have access to the awesome McMillan Tac-300 rifle and SEAL Sniper class. If you pre-order the Digital Deluxe Edition (only available through EA's Origin service), you can also attain the British SAS Spec Ops and Russian Spetsnaz Alfa Group Heavy Gunner units. It's great to see game developers and publishers who actively support our armed forces. Far too often, we forget the sacrifices that other have made on our behalf. EA and Danger Close are here to change that, bringing the warfighter back into focus. Look for Medal of Honor: Warfighter on October 23rd, 2012. If you'd like to know more about Project HONOR, see the official website here.
Harrison Lee posted a topic in General Game DiscussionIf you haven't been following EA and Danger Close's new Medal of Honor game, Warfighter, I totally understand. It's another anti-terrorist modern warfare shooter. Yes, it even has the same general color palettes as most other shooters. Yes, there's also future tech that current and next generation soldiers use. I hear you, but check out this multiplayer video below. You might just be surprised by it: Okay, enough of my hyperbolic speech about how awesome this game looks. What do you guys think? Intrigued? Meh? Don't care? Let me know in the comments below!