Medal of Honor: Warfighter is developed by Danger Close and takes place in modern day. While this series has been rolling for some time, Warfighter is shaping up to the best in the series so far.
Recently Danger Close announced that they are working together with Linkin' Park, a famous band to deliver a solid sound track for the game. However, it doesn't stop there...
Danger Close have now revealed that they are working together with an ex-special forces soldier, the one that took out the most famous terrorist ever lived, Osama Bin Laden.
Former Navy Seal Matt Bissonnette (also known as "Mark Owen") appears to be working together with Danger Close. The Seal released a book earlier, explaining how the mission in Pakistan took place which resulted into Bin Laden's death. Owen is one of many ex-soldiers working closely with Danger Close.
In Medal of Honor: Warfighter, you play as many different special forces of different countries. Your goal is to take down a group of terrorists that are in possession of chemicals which can be used for terrorist attacks. In order for Danger Close to get more depth in the soldier and terrorist world, EA has arranged multiple ex-soldiers to help them out. With the collaboration of Danger Close with Linkin' Park and former soldiers, EA has thrown a lot of money into the game. Let's hope it will show off in the end.
A thing to note is that Mark Owen has to be judged for revealing military secrets explained in his book. If he has revealed anything with the game Medal of Honor: Warfighter will be shown after the release of the game, according to the US army. Either way, Warfighter has used the knowledge of Owen, and they have the right's to publish the game legally.
Is this a reason for you to play Medal of Honor: Warfighter?