Electronic Arts has issued its first trailer for Medal of Honor: Warfighter, which shows an October 23 release date for the shooter, alongside some incredibly cinematic footage. That means it will be the publisher’s major holiday shooter, using the popular Frostbite 2.0 engine that made Battlefield 3 so spectacular looking.
Danger Close will be handling the entire game in-house, as opposed to only working on one part. Those who played Medal of Honor (2010) will remember that DICE was tasked with developing its multiplayer component.
Last night, the developer held a briefing session, where they discussed their plans to make Medal of Honor: Warfighter stand out from its peers with unique looking visuals:
“I don’t think the engine dictates on what it’s gonna look like,” executive producer Greg Goodrich stated. “We have a wonderful art director who has a very clear vision of the type of lens he wants to tell our story through. The tech is just a canvas, and that canvas is much larger than it’s ever been before.”