If the PlayStation Vita is getting a special Call of Duty installment, shouldn't EA match the effort?

More evidence has come to light to suggest that Danger Close's new shooter sequel, Medal of Honor: Warfighter , is coming to Sony's new portable. It certainly doesn't seem implausible.

As reported by MP1st , the Online EA Help Center has the hotly anticipated follow-up listed for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC and Vita. This isn't the first time such a listing has occurred, either; French retailer CDiscount also posted the game for Sony's handheld. But while Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified is official, this most certainly isn't. We'll have to wait until EA decides to come forward with the truth…which we imagine we know already.

With its brilliant display and dual analog sticks, the Vita is probably the first portable unit that is well suited for a FPS. If you haven't tried Resistance: Burning Skies yet, you really should, if only to see that potential.

Related Game(s): Medal of Honor: Warfighter

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oONewcloudOo
oONewcloudOo
8 years ago

I hope so, reading that treyarch doesn't even know who is developing COD for vita is giving out serious red lights that it might not turn out great.

firesoul453
firesoul453
8 years ago

This could be great!

And if it has cross play or something similar (atleast cross multiplayer)
this could be an awesome step for sony

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8 years ago

would be nice if it is, but i seriously doubt it.
the games due out in just over 2 months!
seems a little bit late to announce a vita version.
if they were working on it they would of said something at their E3 presser.

CrusaderForever
CrusaderForever
8 years ago

I hope this is true, would be great for the Vita. I will wait for this to become official before I get officially excited.

Qubex
Qubex
8 years ago

It will push the little thing to the limits, without anti-aliasing enabled of course…

Q!

"play.experience.enjoy"

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