NowGamer is reporting
a rumour that Medal of Honour 2 might be seeing the light of day sometime this year, if what we are hearing is true.
The latest issue of PSM3 is touting details of "a mystery shooter sequel" in its next issue, which launches on 6 March. It will feature "an exclusive look at one of 2012's hottest shooters," reads the page.
Of course this is just a rumour, but if things are pointing to a new Medal of Honor, could we finally see a Call of Duty contender? The magazine shows a image
of two bullets, suggesting some form of a sequel, and Medal of Honor is the only recently rebooted FPS to fit the bill.
A new title in the Call of Duty franchise has been rumoured to be Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, but there is no current word on that yet, and Activision has never revealed a title in a magazine as well as keeping title reveals until later in the year.
What is also interesting is that Danger Close might be using the new Frostbite 2.0 as their engine of choice, if the job listing on Gamasutra
is to be believed. Guess we will just have to wait until the 6th of March to see what game PSM3 is revealing. Let us know in the comments below what you think of a new title in the Medal of Honor reboot.
Posted 01:05pm 07/2/12
CoD: Black Ops 2?
What would be the difference between MoH and BF3? More of an arcadey shooter?
Posted 02:07am 08/2/12
That's great news though. Although lacking in levels, MOH's MP was good. Was basically like an add on pack for BC2 that was infantry focused.
Posted 03:17am 08/2/12
huh? if Bf3 can't beat COD then nothing can.. Also the last MOH was a POS.
Posted 01:33pm 08/2/12
Posted 08:31pm 08/2/12
Be interesting to see how this pans out
Posted 08:37pm 08/2/12
Posted 10:29pm 08/2/12
Personally, I don't think BF3 and CoD are similar. One's a massive vehicle based warfare and ones more of an arcade shooter. I'd imagine they'd base MoH exactly the same as CoD ... then again, I imagine they did that for the last one hence why it failed.