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Medal Of Honor release date confirmed

06 May 2010

EA's new shooter will launch on October 12th, one month before Call Of Duty: Black Ops arrives...

Electronic Arts has confirmed that the next MOH game will be released on October 12, in the US. Expect other countries around the world (even us) to get the game around the same time.

“Medal of Honor is an authentic look into today's war. Inspired by real people and real events, the game puts players in the boots of today’s warrior, from the infantry ground pounder to the Tier 1 Operator,” said Greg Goodrich, Executive Producer of Medal of Honor. “We are proud of this piece because it offers a glimpse into the game we’re creating, while also showing the mindset of these warriors.”

Last week the very first footage was released of the next Call Of Duty game, which will launch on November 11.

Game on. Which one will you buy?

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