Limited Edition Medal of Honor Announced by Electronic Arts

Limited Edition Medal of HonorElectronic Arts announced that Medal of Honor will have a Limited Edition version that will offer the player exclusive access to the unique weapon that Tier 1 Operators use on the field today, the Mp7. They will also have access to the TOZ-194 and 870MC2 shotguns from the first day, while other players will have to rank up and unlock those weapons.

Players who want to pre-order the Limited Edition can do it on the medalofnohor.com official website at no additional cost.


“Access to a weapon like the MP7 will allow players to experience a tool developed with the Special Operations Community in mind,” said Greg Goodrich, Executive Producer of Medal of Honor. “With its light weight, high rate of fire and its ability to penetrate body armor, the MP7 handles like a pistol yet allows targets to be engaged like a rifle.”

Medal of Honor is going to leave the World War II scene for the first time in eleven years of history. It is going to take place in modern times in war-torn Afghanistan .

The Limited Edition version of Medal of Honor 2010 will launch on the 12th of October, 2010, in North America and the 15th of October in Europe for the Sony PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Windows-Based PCs.

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