We were in the minority when we praised Medal of Honor , which is why we wholeheartedly endorse the idea of a sequel.
The game did sell relatively well and EA has professed its sincere desire to support the franchise. Furthermore, it seems developer Danger Close might be cranking on MoH2; a new job listing cited by IndustryGamers says the team is looking for an AI engineer for an "unannounced AAA first-person shooter title." There's also a request for "exposure to multiplayer and/or co-op development," and that's important because DICE handled the multiplayer for last year's MoH reboot. So does this mean Danger Close will take full control of the entire production for the sequel…? EA had said they wanted 3 million in sales to guarantee a follow-up effort and at last check, the 2010 effort had sold around 2 million. But that's enough, right? For our part, we have plenty of recommendations and suggestions concerning a sequel, because while we remain happy with the reboot (happier than most), we certainly see room for improvement, especially on the technical front.
And don't forget that it might once again be a very controversial project. You may recall the whole Taliban issue…
Related Game(s): Medal of Honor