The Medal of Honor reboot by Danger Close dealt with the true-to-life missions of the elite Tier 1 Operatives.
Since then, Osama Bin Laden has been hunted down and killed, and you can bet that high-ranking members of the military were most certainly involved. Therefore, ever since EA unveiled Medal of Honor: Warfighter , gamers have all been asking: will we get a chance to take down Bin Laden in a virtual setting? It could be quite the experience.
It'd be quite the controversy, of course, but such a move would also result in a gigantic amount of recognition for the game and in turn, EA. Right? Ah, but it's really just too risky and EA has confirmed that such a mission won't be featured. "That's not our story to tell," producer Greg Goodrich told OXM . He added:
"That's 'family business' to [the Tier 1 Operators]. It's been an interesting exercise learning what's okay and what's not okay [to portray in the game]."
Remember, real Tier 1 guys were involved in the making of the last MoH, and are probably involved again. And if they say "no," we're betting Danger Close listens. Hell, I would.
Related Game(s): Medal of Honor: Warfighter