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Medal of Honor 2010

Updated on May 29, 2010

The Medal of Honor Series Comes Back With a Bang

The Medal of Honor Series will be revamped in a huge way with the release of their new title simply named "Medal of Honor" for Playstation 3, X-Box 360, and PC in the third quarter of 2010. Taking after it's Call of Duty and Battlefield predecessors, Medal of Honor 2010 will be a modern day dive into the middle east complete with many vehicles, destructible environments, an extensive multi-player mode, and much more.

To compete with such titles as Modern Warfare 2 and Bad Company 2, DICE brought in consultants from the United States Military to help them make this one of the most realistic war games to date. In Medal of Honor 2010, You will play as several soldiers out of the "tier 1 squadron" working in Afghanistan under the National Command Authority. Mission types will range from drone plane operation(much like the AC-130) to going undercover in the heart of some of the U.S.'s most dangerous enemy militant hideouts.

With some people calling Medal of Honor 2010's single player campaign the real sequel to call of duty 4, you can't help but to speculate on weather or not it will reach, or maybe even surpass, the bar set by the most recent Modern Warfare. One thing is for sure, If it plays as good as it looks in this video, Call of Duty and Battlefield will both have to slide over to make a spot for the new head honcho of 1st person shooters, Medal of Honor 2010.

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    • penningl profile imageAUTHOR

      penningl 

      8 years ago from U.S.

      thanks K, I'm really excited about this game as well. Getting a little tired of all the perk abusing that is going on in CoD & the single player just wasn't there like it should have been. I'm a big multiplayer fan but I believe a game shows how good it is through its single player mode. Single player on battlefield was great, didn't get a chance to dive too deep into its multiplayer mode. In your opinion, if I've played the single player already, is it still worth buying just for the mp(I'm leaning toward yes b/c of single player)? I'm really looking for a game to replace my MW addiction. Thanks again K.

      Matt

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      K Partin 

      8 years ago from Garden City, Michigan

      Hey Matt, good post. I'm looking forward to MoH. I've played them all. I'm a PC gamer rather than console. It looks like it may be right up there with CoD, but it may have a hard time beating Battlefield. Thanks for sharing. K.

    • penningl profile imageAUTHOR

      penningl 

      8 years ago from U.S.

      thanks man, I have high hopes for it. Getting tired of MW2 multiplayer and Battlefields good but just not the same thing. I hope Medal of honor can capitalize on the good parts in both games.

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      Eddy2106 

      8 years ago from Chicago Suburb, IL

      looks amazing, but not as good of grapghics like COD, but it looks okay, i'll rent it, then buy it in a couple of months when it comes down in price. Never knew about the new game, good hub.

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