Danger Close Working on New Medal of Honor

By Steve Watts, Feb 18, 2011 1:00pm PST Danger Close, the EA team that was re-branded for its work on the Medal of Honor reboot, has confirmed that it is working on a sequel. A note from executive producer Greg Goodrich on the Medal of Honor blog puts it succinctly: "Yes, Danger Close is working on the next Medal of Honor."

The post thanks fans for their support and promises that the studio has "studied, listened and absorbed much of your feedback." It also mentions messages received from active servicemen and women who liked the game, a none-too-subtle reply to the Taliban controversy.

In November 2010, EA's Patrick Soderlund hinted that Danger Close was working on a new project, but was blunt about the first game's shortcomings. "The game didn't meet our quality expectations," he said. "In order to be successful in that space, we're going to have to have a game that is really, really strong."

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  • I really don't know why everyone didn't like this game, I think the multiplayer is epic, almost makes Black Ops and Reach seem like last gen, especially in terms of level design. The only downside is the lack in weapon unlocks. Also, how the auto-aim literally pulls you away from thick cover sometimes. I'll be outside the cave, somebody snipes, I head inside the cave but BAM the bullet and auto-aim pulls me back out. Worst auto-aim ever.

    Also, it is not twitchy, this is how the ORIGINAL Call Of Duty was like (minus any recticle and magik wiccan healing) .