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Medal of Honor Gone; Battlefield Cutback

Welcome to what is starting to feel like EA day here.

In Electronic Arts’ Q3 earning call yesterday, the company reported to huge changes to well know first-person-shooters; Medal of Honor and Battlefield.

The biggest news is that EA is canning the Medal of Honor franchise all together. This is due largley to the poor reception of the game’s latest iteration, Medal of Honor: Warfighter.   EA’s COO Peter Moore made the announcement:

“Now turning to EA in the holiday quarter, we struggled with two challenges: the slowdown that impacted the entire sector; and poor critical and commercial reception for Medal of Honor Warfighter. Medal of Honor was an obvious miss. The game was solid, but the focus on combat authenticity did not resonate with consumers. Critics were polarized and gave the game scores which were, frankly, lower than it deserved. This one is behind us now. We are taking Medal of Honor out of the rotation and have a plan to bring year-over-year continuity to our shooter offerings.”

In other news on EA’s FPS front, the company also announced that Battlefield would not be following competitors like Call of Duty in releasing new games annually. The didn’t say that the idea was completely off the table (nothing really ever is in business), but the company did say:

“…we will be launching a Battlefield game next year, and we’re very excited to show you guys more detail on that coming soon. But we’re not announcing an annualization of Battlefield at this time.”

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Joel Polkinghorne
Joel spends his days sorting through the latest gaming news from around the interwebs. He has been involved in gaming his entire life and professionally involved with web media since 2001. Joel lives in Michigan, USA with his wife and son. Follow him on Twitter @sBj.
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Joel spends his days sorting through the latest gaming news from around the interwebs. He has been involved in gaming his entire life and professionally involved with web media since 2001. Joel lives in Michigan, USA with his wife and son. Follow him on Twitter @sBj.

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