No Medal of Honor: Warfighter iPhone 5 cases
With just five days to go until EA release Medal of Honor: Warfighter they are doing all they can to try and raise the profile of the game, so have teamed up with a popular gaming website to offer their readers some prizes. However, we’re a little surprised that there are no iPhone 5 themed cases, as there are for the iPhone 4 and 4S.
The game will be released on October 23rd in the US and the 26th in the UK, which is where the prizes will be made available. Over the past few days there have been a number of competitions, which are now complete. However, there are just 5 left, with one of them being a Medal of Honor Warfighter themed iPhone case, we just hoped that it would be for the iPhone 5 that’s all.
Let’s not get away from the fact at how awesome this prize is, but not as good as one of the others as it makes the cases look a little stupid if we are honest. You still have time to be in with a chance to win an AMD Radeon HD 7950 graphics card; what better way to help improve your overall experience of Warfighter. If you don’t get to win that prize then you also have a shot at the MOH steel book edition as well. There are also two other prizes up for grabs, but CVG have yet to announce what these are. More details can be found on their website.
There’s no denying that the game itself has proven popular in its beta stage, but there’s still a fear that EA will not have an answer for Black Ops 2 as they did for Modern Warfare 3 with Battlefield 3 last year. The problem that EA has is how they are advertising Warfighter as a game that will give you a real life experience, but this just isn’t the case, as an article here so rightly pointed out. If it was based on real life experiences then having one battle after the next and even when you think it is coming to an end you keep being led down another path to yet another would leave any military personal a little exhausted to say the least.
We’re hoping that the games multiplayer will help keep the game afloat against rivals Halo 4 and Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, but it’s hard to predict if it will be its saving grace as we haven’t seen much of it. Let’s hope that EA does not let us down and leave us counting down the days until the release of Battlefield 4.