Medal of Honor: Warfighter Classes and gadgets discussed
Medal of Honor: Warfighter is expected to have plenty on offer for those skeptical about what this game possess to make us recommend another visit to the series. The classes and gadgets that are discussed by Kristoffer Bergqvist have given us more insight into the enticing aspects of this game, and we aim to find out what else makes Medal of Honor: Warfighter an exciting experience.
Many gamers will have high expectations as far as this title is concerned and this shows that shooters really have to go that extra mile these days to get the respect they deserve. In an article on VG24/7 they go through some great questions and answers about Medal of Honor: Warfighter with Kristoffer “Hoffe” Bergqvist and “switchblade missiles” was one of the answers that stood out. Mentioning the feedback from the previous Medal of Honor Bergqvist talks about the single and multiplayer experience being rather different in the last title, mainly down to different studios in different parts of the world.
This time the whole thing is developed under one roof and this is ideal to get the same features in both. The Frostbite 2.0 engine adds beauty and quality to the game along with an extra three classes to the multiplayer. When asked about what his favorite gadget is, his personal preference is the little planes, but he continues to reflect on a few he loves such as the spider mine that fires tripwires much like a web and the switchblade missile is said to be more like a mortar tube. The switchblade missile can be put on the ground, then a mortar is fired into the air that folds out its wings and turns into a UAV with a camera, which is ideal for checking out where the enemies are.
In addition, you activate the warhead, and once the wings are folded back, it can be used as a TV guided projectile. The extensive Q and A session seemed to go on a bit so we just prioritized the main information in regards to classes and gadgets. When it comes to the Frostbite 2.0 engine, our most recent post spoke about how the latest Warfighter eye candy highlights the engine and makes the game visually impressive and EA confidently echo this sentiment.
Last week we wrote about those who remain skeptical about the game questioning the longevity of Medal of Honor Warfighter. With Black Ops 2 releasing soon after we are under the impression EA need to up their game with this offering and with many improvements reported in both games we are concerned whether Warfighter will run the distance. Over the next couple of months, plenty of other anticipated titles will be entering the frame and in the financial current climate, many gamers will need more encouragement when it comes to choosing a new title, as many will have to prioritize their spending and make hard choices when it comes to games.
A recent article on Gamasutra highlights the multiplayer expectations and as we referred to earlier, the gap between the audiences for both single and multiplayer audiences may now be decreased with both aspects being developed by one studio, in the same location on one engine giving more consistency between the behavior of weapons. Will Medal of Honor: Warfighter be a game you have accounted for in your budget?
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