It’s early days yet, and you really shouldn’t be looking for your next big FPS fix, what with two monoliths looming in the not-too-distant future, but if you happen to be wondering what’s on the radar after them, you should possibly ta a peek inside the box for Battlefield 3.
Earlybirds who’ve snagged a copy of the game ahead of the official release have noticed a black card slipped inside the game box. The leaflet officially reveals nothing, save a logo, the usual console branding, and a note that whatever the game is has not been rated yet. And there’s a URL, www.medalofhonor.com.
Back in January of this year, Danger Close Games – who created the 2010 Medal of Honor release – went public in its search for developers to work on an “unannounced AAA first person shooter title”, and a month later, Executive Producer Greg Goodrich announced outright that “Yes, Danger Close is currently working on the next Medal of Honor.”
This being that sequel sounds simple enough, but then there’s that ominous 1 on the logo’s “face”. What does that mean? A reboot? A remake of the original? Something totally different? We’re guessing we’ll have to wait for the BF3 dust to settle before we hear more.
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