Medal of Honor Adds Premium 'Hot Zone' DLC Alongside Free 'Clean Sweep' Mode

By Xav de Matos, Oct 27, 2010 10:15am PDT The war rages on in Medal of Honor, as EA has revealed the game's first premium downloadable content, set to launch alongside the previously revealed "Clean Sweep" mode.

"Hot Zone" is a King of the Hill-style mode where "teams fight over a designated location on a map."

Priced at $10 (800MS Points), Hot Zone also adds two new maps (Hindukush Pass and Korengal Outpost) as well as two "redesigned" versions of existing maps from the game (Shahikot Valley and Helmand Valley) to the game's online experience.

As we mentioned earlier, Medal of Honor is also set to receive a DLC pack--bringing with it one new mode and two new maps--dubbed Clean Sweep. The content will be made available to users who have activated Medal of Honor's "Online Pass," as an extension of EA's ongoing Project Ten Dollar experiment.

Both DLC packs will be available on November 3 for the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC.

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  • Do you feel that EA ripped you off with the release of Medal of Honor? Then read this:

    The Hot Zone 10 dollar dlc is what the executives are using to help ensure they get their million dollar bonuses this year. I will not give in to this. Game companies started this trend of charging for dlc. Now EA is taking it a step further by releasing the original game at a premium price with very little content, and then charging us for very little more content a few weeks later? If we give in to this.....this will become the norm! I guarantee it. If we don't buy it, they might start to think that we are not complete idiots. One thing they have to understand, WE PAY THEIR PAYCHECKS. So stop trying to rake us over the coals. We're not going to stand for it.

    If you agree with these statements, and feel that the game should have been released with both the Clean Sweep and Hot Zone DLC's included, then please sign this petition on the EA forums.

    They may not listen to one or two of us, but if we all shout out and say "hey, we're not gonna take it anymore!" then we just might have a chance at making a difference. Thank you.