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Medal of Honor Sequel Confirmed

Posted on Friday, February 18 @ 11:26:47 PST by

I can't say that anyone thought Medal of Honor was the blistering success it was marketed to be. Its review scores were average and it didn't really tear up any sales charts either. Still, development studio Danger Close has news for all of us:

Just recently, EA announced that the reboot of Medal of Honor was a big success with over 5 million copies sold. We wanted to take a moment to thank each of you for supporting us, our new studio and our storied franchise. We would especially like to thank all of the long time Medal of Honor fans out there who have stuck with us over the years.

In this industry, 5 million is pretty much a resounding success. Danger Close promises to take all the feedback from fans and critics alike. Long story short?

Yes, Danger Close is currently working on the next Medal of Honor.

'Nuff said? What does the next Medal of Honor need to be a success?


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