Medal of Honor: Warfighter box re-iterates Battlefield 4 beta
With just a week to go until the release of Medal of Honor: Warfighter more details have become available, such as the install size and other such information. An image has appeared online showing off the box art for the game and what drew our attention to the image was how it re-iterates an invite to Battlefield 4 beta.
The BF4 beta will be made available during the Fall of 2013, so you have more than enough time to get to grips with Warfighter. However, this beta version of what is expected to be a next-gen game is not exclusive to those who purchase Medal of Honor: Warfighter, but EA has yet to elaborate on who else the game will be made available to.
Going back to the image that Walmart has made public you will notice that the game will be a 2GB install, which will take up almost 17 percent of the 12GB PS3 Super Slim. Warfighter will offer support for 2-20 players and also 480p or 720p HD output. As well as having the BF4 beta bonus you’ll also get the Zero Dark Thirty Map Pack (which is released on December 17th) for free for those who get the game from Walmart.
If you purchase your copy of Warfighter from Walmart then not only will you get the Global Warfighter movie for free but also Navy Seal Sniper and $4.99 worth of VUDU credit as well. This seems a much better offer than the one GameStop has, as all you get is access to the SFOD-D Point Man class from day one.
EA has also made a few other pre-order bonuses available to other retailers as well, such as The SFOD-D Pointman, Trijicon Optics 3, British SAS Spec Ops and also the Digital Deluxe Pack packs. More details on these can be found on the EA website.
There’s no denying that Warfighter is a pretty decent game, but we’re not sure that it will be able to hold its own when put up against Black Ops 2. You might remember a similar fight last year with Battlefield 3 and Modern Warfare 3, and while the latter won with greater sales, the former was the winner from the critics. However, we’re not certain if EA’s latest title has what it takes to win the critics over this year, what do you think?