EALA and Dice Team Up for New Medal of Honor

Medal of Honor box art

Electronic Arts announced details on the new Medal of Honor game. Normally, I abhor writing about game announcements (especially ones on military shooters), but there was something interesting about the new MoH — the single-player and multiplayer components are being developer by two different teams. Here’s a snippet from today’s press release:

Medal of Honor is being built with a best-in-class single-player campaign. The Medal of Honor development team at EALA has been hand-selected by the studio leadership of general nanager Sean Decker, executive producer Greg Goodrich and senior creative director Rich Farrelly. To compliment the single-player experience, EALA has enlisted the multiplayer expertise at EA DICE. This team will develop the multiplayer experience of Medal of Honor. These two studios are coming together to deliver a world-class Medal of Honor that is poised to re-set the franchise for a new generation.

It’s interesting that two big and established teams are working on different components of one game. I’m curious to see if it will be a homogeneous experience or if the game will feel incongruous.

Furthermore, I want to know how DICE will “compliment the single-player experience.” Will it say supportive and nurturing things to it? Will it say nice things about the single-player experience’s shoes and hair? I want to know!!! More importantly, I want to know if any of you are interested in this game.

Author: RPadTV


4 thoughts on “EALA and Dice Team Up for New Medal of Honor”

  1. I think EA is still bummed that COD was born out of the minds behind Medal of Honor series.

    That said this is a market saturated with shooters and unfortunately most of the teenagers who play CODMW and Halo don't even know much about the Medal of Honor series.

    I'd say they're going to have to do a lot more than just be another first person shooter if this will be a hit.

  2. Well it doesn't affect me much, I'm not a fps fan or the whole warfare and whatnot gamer. But imo I think DICE did fair with Mirror's Edge, so I don't see why they wouldn't do good. Creating a decent multiplayer for any game is a tricky situation, but I hope it does well.

    I'm still waiting to see if DICE finishes the Mirror's Edge trilogy.

  3. @cami

    i'm also looking forward for the mirror's edge series. the first one had a lot of potential.


    im kinda excited for this game(and call of duty vietnam). here's hoping for this title to succeed.

  4. MoH had one good thing about it, and that was the kicking of the grenades when they were close to you, made for freaking sweet games of Hot potato.

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