Medal of Honor: Warfighter reviews MIA highlights issues
With only a few days to go before Medal of Honor: Warfighter is scheduled to release we were expecting some reviews for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC versions of the game. It’s not enough to keep plying fans with what features are involved or new improvements, we are in desperate need to find out exactly what is thought of the game, so we can get an idea through the overall opinion.
Apparently, EA will not be sending out the review codes until the date of the launch, and this is the main reason behind the lack of reviews. In an article on Examiner, they highlight these issues and explain that this news has come from a few members of the press. With images on their site showing the latest screens, we are more interested in getting the lowdown on Medal of Honor: Warfighter, although they do have some decent eye candy to show their viewers.
Some gamers may feel that this is not a good sign, although many feel that this is the best way to keep hype going, as this could all come to a halt once the reviews start coming in. Not everyone buys games just because of the reviews, but this is a good indication of whether the game is good or bad, yet this is causing many gamers to feel less confident in Electronic Arts. There is plenty of intrigue about how the Frostbite 2 engine handles on all platforms, so this aspect is also something gamers want to know before acquiring Warfighter.
The Medal Of Honor: Warfighter release date is scheduled for Friday October 26 in the UK with the US getting theirs tomorrow, (October 23). In an article on CVG, they talk about the ‘Zero Dark Thirty Map Pack’, which can be spotted on the Warfighter trailer. This will be accessible for all of those who reserve their copy and they show a trailer that gives gamers the opportunity to check out a sneak peek of this in action. Talking about this map, EA mention the fact that this is inspired by a decade-long manhunt revolving around some dangerous locations.
In our most recent Warfighter post, we discussed the classes and gadgets involved, where we highlighted some comments by Kristoffer Bergqvist, and it seems like the main advantage to this game in general is the fact that both the single and multiplayer experience should have many relevant features, as both these parts of the title are now being developed under one roof. He also spoke about his favorite features in the upcoming game. Were you expecting some insightful reviews on Medal of Honor: Warfighter before it releases this week?
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Played this game and although they trying, they missed out on what was good in old Medal Of Honor multiplayer...the tactical team work in larger combat missions......all they've done is follow in COD footsteps to favor the majority of kids greatest tactic...run around like chicken with no head and fire in all directions.....at least bring back the large maps where waves of attack can take place up front and a sniper can actually do his job from way back.