We've known for a while now that Danger Close has been working on a follow-up to its Medal of Honor reboot since its release in 2010. The latest issue of Official Xbox Magazine finally outs the sequel, titled Medal of Honor: Warfighter. The FPS sequel is expected to arrive in October.
Although much of the game's reveal is set for Game Developer's Conference in San Francisco next month, the magazine (via Game Informer) spills the beans on a few details.
Unlike the previous Medal of Honor game, Warfighter will run on the Frostbite engine, the same engine that powered Battlefield 3. (Medal of Honor's campaign used Unreal Engine, while the multiplayer used Frostbite.) In addition, the game is being wholly developed by Danger Close, with multiplayer duties no longer being passed onto DICE.
Expect to hear much more next month.