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Medal of Honor: Warfighter by Electronic Arts





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Medal of Honor: Warfighter is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 95.
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  • Platform: PlayStation 3
  • Publisher: Electronic Arts
  • Developer: Electronic Arts
  • Category: Shooter

Product Details:

Written by active U.S. Tier 1 Operators while deployed overseas and inspired by real world threats, Medal of Honor Warfighter delivers an aggressive, gritty, and authentic experience that puts gamers in the boots of today's most precise and disciplined warrior. Medal of Honor Warfighter is an up close and personal look at today's battlefield and the fight against the ongoing global terror threat.

Following on the heels of 2010's Medal of Honor that took the game series out of World War II and introduced players to today's most elite U.S. warriors, Medal of Honor Warfighter takes players out of Afghanistan to continue to experience gameplay missions with a dotted line to real world incursions. This is Tier 1 on a global scale, featuring real world hotspots and (in multiplayer) features international Tier 1 Operators.

Medal of Honor Warfighter tells the story of U.S. Tier 1 Operator, "Preacher" as he returns home from overseas only to find his family torn apart from years of overseas deployment. Trying to pick up the pieces to salvage what remains of his marriage, Preacher is reminded of what he's fighting for - family. But, when an extremely deadly form of explosive (PETN) penetrates civilian borders and his two worlds collide, Preacher and his fellow teammates are sent in to solve the problem. They take the fight to the enemy and do whatever it takes to protect their loved ones from harm.


  • Dotted Line to Real World Events - From rescuing hostages in Abu Sayyaf's stronghold in Basilan, Philippines to assaulting Al-Shabaab's "Pirate Town" on the Somali Coast, gamers step into the boots of Tier 1 Operators as they hunt down the global threat of PETN. Medal of Honor Warfighter is the only game that gives players a view into these real world events and lets them experience the action as it might have unfolded.
  • The Power of Frostbite 2 - Leveraging the power of the ground-breaking Frostbite 2 engine, Medal of Honor Warfighter delivers incredible video and audio fidelity to enhance the intensity of the battle and deliver this year's most authentic war experience.
  • War is Personal for the Entire Family - Medal of Honor Warfighter goes beyond the battlefield and reveals the heartbreaking side of war, told through the eyes of military families. With a story written by Operators from this community, Medal of Honor Warfighter unveils intimate insights into the sacrifices of the warriors on the ground - and their families.
  • National Pride Online with Global Tier 1 - Internationally, allied military forces also possess their own elite units with similar capabilities. With Medal of Honor Warfighter gamers can represent their nation's Tier 1 Operators on the global battlefield. For the first time, the Medal of Honor brand introduces multi-national Tier 1 blue-vs-blue team play where the world's best of the best warriors go head-to-head in combat. The game features 12 different Tier 1 units from a variety of nations including the British SAS, Australian SASR, German KSK and Polish GROM.
  • One Studio, One Vision - Developed by Danger Close Games in Los Angeles, California, Medal of Honor Warfighter sees the return of key development leads who helped reboot the multi-platinum hit in 2010. The core team is bolstered by industry veterans who hail from DICE, Treyarch and more. Together, this team is united behind a single vision for the game - authenticity, respect and honor for today's warfighters, with real emotion, real threats and a game designed to highlight the extraordinary nature of the material.

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If you are a fan of the Medal of Honor franchise, check out all the latest Medal of Honor: Warfighter games and accessories available for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC.

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Purchase or use of this item is subject to the PlayStation®Network Terms of Service and User Agreement and this item's use restrictions. This item has been sublicensed to you by Sony Computer Entertainment America. One-time license fee for downloads to up to 2 console systems that are associated with the purchasing account. © 2012 Electronic Arts Inc.

Game Informer Rating:

Rated 5.0 out of 10 by Game Informer.

Rated 4 out of 5 by from Its OK I don't think that this game is too accurate.. anyway im gonna go back to the best game of all time...(COD)
Date published: 2014-12-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from You have to think when you play this... what people dont realize is that medal of honor and battlefield are two totally differant games, battlefield is more competative and less horrifying warfare, made more for fun, medal of honor is very fun but is not like battlefield when you're like "oh yay im killing people!" you are like "oh man, i just killed someone..." after each and every kill, this game is virtually amazing, the graphics and gameplay are amazing ,the multiplayer could have been better, this game is to really bring out the horrifying detail of fighting a war, rather as battlefield is more for fun, the frostbite 2 engine is incredible, i find nothing wrong with this video game, i give it a 10/10
Date published: 2014-03-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from First One Was Better I absolutely loved the first Medal of Honor. I beat the campaign twice and played the heck out of the online. This one was different. The graphics are fantastic, but the overall lighting in the game is far too dark. It is often next to impossible to make out your enemies. Also, the multiplayer menu for selecting a class is confusing. I understand the concept of a sniper, assault, etc. classes but I don't understand why there are so many different countries to choose from. It is entirely unnecessary. I did, however, enjoy the large amount of weapon customization. The campaign was a blast (except for the lighting) but the multiplayer was a let-down. I must say though, the graphics are about the same as Battlefield 3, which is pretty darn good. I enjoyed how the first MoH felt like a good balance between Call of Duty and Battlefield, as in the action was neither too close and frantic nor too spread out and boring. I enjoy the Battlefield games, but I expected this to be more like the first. This game has the space of a battlefield game without the fun of one.
Date published: 2014-01-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Deserved More Credit This game is great. It has a fantastic multiplayer and a fantastic single player. Just because this game didnt come out in november and wasnt called battlefield or call of duty no one bought it. Its a shame but its the truth. I still play this game from time to time and people still play online but not a ton.
Date published: 2013-12-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not Too Shabby Medal of Honor (2010) was not as bad, to me, as people said. It had its charms and curses, but it held up. Then comes Medal of Honor: Warfighter. I was excited but slightly confused on everyone's reaction to it, but to each their own. I found the game to be a lot better than Medal of Honor (2010) and a much better story line. The game moved at a faster rate and the controls were fluid and almost real. I wouldn't sit around and replay it 4 or 5 times, but its worth replaying again.
Date published: 2013-08-02
Date published: 2013-07-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Subpar EA game, however, somewhat appealing I played this game, then played the first Medal of Honor for the PS3 afterwards and there were certain things I liked more about this game while there were certain aspects of the prequel that I found to be better. The Frostbyte 2 engine is good especially during cutscene movies, but there are some choppy parts during gameplay especially when looking long range. The scale is very impressive though. Personally, this felt like just another middle-eastern first person shooter which has plagued the gaming industry over the past half-decade but it did present some positive changes. One of these changes included the actual gameplay. It wasn't your traditional "point-and-shoot" games because it incorporated realistic shooting. Leading targets was key in the first mission along with some missions later on. Recoil felt more accurate than a Call of Duty game, which gave it bonus realism points compared to other first person shooters. The gameplay overall was pretty good, but the engine itself needs improvements such as being graphically smoother and fixing bugs which have been a part of EA games for years. This isn't one of the best shooters of all time, but it was a decent game that with some subtle improvements could lead to a very nice next-generation sequel.
Date published: 2013-06-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A Recent/Honest Review Medal of Honor Warfighter is the sequel to Danger Close's Medal of Honor (2010) a reboot of the Medal of Honor Series written my Steven Spielberg and is a very good game. Now I've read all the reviews. The good ones and the bad ones and what I have to say is this. All those who gave this game 10, 9, or even an 8 are overselling it. 6 or 7 is probably the most accurate rating because it's not perfect. The real reason i'm giving this a 7 is because EA has discontinued it (i hate them for that) and the fan base is unfortunately smaller than COD and BF mainly because those who have gave it critical reviews played it on the first month or so of the release. The game at first was rushed and unfinished so you got a rush and unfinished game which in-turn gave a glitchy feeling to the game because it happened. After a couple months or so with some updates it's all better now. Heck I don't have any connection issues with this game vs. BO2. I bought BO2 three months ago and everytime I'm on it i have connection issues (i have xfinity high speed internet so my internet is not bad). The Campaign tries to make you feel some kind of "pity" for the character preacher for he is having troubles with his life at home. Somewhat realistic if you ask me but the execution is poor. I thought the campaign was both intense (at some points) but boring in a lot. 3-4 hours i was done. But if you're like me you don't by a FPS game with a multiplayer just for the campaign you're in it for the multiplayer. The multiplayer is excellent. Great gun customization. great graphics (especially for a multiplayer), great classes, and great pace. Although the Frostbite 2 engine is restricted you won't spend your time blowing stuff up. Most things that you'd think would be breakable are so. 12v12 TDM is fun as well with a good size maps which are bland for some of them but still good. The lasting appeal is not very good though. I still play this game but not as much as I used to (i'd like to note i bought Star Wars the Old Republic. an MMO, and i've been engulfed in such) yet when i do play i have massive fun. If you want a comparison towards COD or BF your not going to get one and if you do make one it's going to be a bad review because the game is not COD or BF it's Medal of Honor. It leans more BF but that's because EA created both games (well actually Dice did BF danger close did MOH but you know what i mean) and it's very ignorant to judge this against those games. Now because it's 30 dollars i'd go buy it if you have the extra money because you'll be getting a Triple A title for 30 bucks and that's a great deal (not to mention you get the DLC with it) but if you're a COD player or a hardcore BF player then don't get it and put a bad name on it because the game is not for you.
Date published: 2013-04-23
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