Medal of Honor Warfighter is a follow-up to 2010's reboot of the Medal of Honor series. Warfighter exists in the competitive market of first-person shooters, but developer Danger Close aims to set the game apart for its competition by focusing on the multiplayer this time around.
We got to take the revamped multiplayer for a spin at E3 2012. From our Medal of Honor Warfighter Preview:
"Whether or not the single player will make serious innovations or changes is yet to be seen. However, the multiplayer seems to be where Danger Close is focusing the majority of their energy. Featured heavily is the attention to detail and variety of Special Forces you can choose to fight as. Warfighter gives the player the unprecedented ability to choose to play as operators from a dozen different countries including Poland and Australia.
Among these, players can choose one of six classes, all with different abilities—some active and some passive.One class has a tank feature that allows additional armor when taking damage. Another does 20% more damage with bullets. My favorite class’ ability is simply a noob tube. And though I didn’t see it, I was told there would be extensive weapon customization. This is furthered by the fact that many countries use unique variations of common guns. Also, I got to see some badass ordinance, including a spider-mine that operates like a spider web version of a claymore, and a UAV-guided mortar."
To find out the rest of the specs, read our Medal of Honor Warfighter Preview!