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Medal of Honor: Warfighter Trains You Like A Terrorist

Posted on Wednesday, October 24 @ 12:42:48 Eastern by

If you remember two years ago, Medal of Honor developers Danger Close had their hand forced when the reactionary media discovered that players would actually be playing as the Taliban in multiplayer, even fighting against the other team in US uniforms.

I can't image they're still sore about that mix up, but at least Fox News didn't get ahold of the game until release day (like the rest of us). Otherwise, I can't imagine the Day 1 patch the developer would have to cook up to remove this training level that puts you in the boots of a mole in a terrorist organization based in Yemen.

Yemen? Is that the place Chandler tells Janice he's flying to so he can avoid her? (Yes it is).

Anyway, as you can see above, this particular cell has created a mock airplane that pits players against what can only be a slew of air marshalls and finally the two operating the plane in the cockpit. Our review of Medal of Honor: Warfighter is incoming, but until then, let the awkwardness of this early mission wash over you.
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