Medal of Honor gets free, paid multiplayer modes next week

Medal of Honor may not be pulling away the Call of Duty and Halo audiences on a level EA is happy with, but there’s always add-ons to fall back on. Maybe, just maybe, the fresh multiplayer content can keep people playing.

November 2 will see a King-of-the-Hill-style mode called Hot Zone; new maps Hindukush Pass and Korengal Outpost; and redesigned versions of Shahikot Valley and Helmand Valley. This bundle can be beamed to your platform of choice (PC, Xbox 360, or PlayStation 3) for $10.

And, as previously announced, there’s a bit of free content coming on the same day. The Elimination-style Clean Sweep mode plus two new maps and two redesigned ones. Interesting strategy they’re going with here. Wonder if it’ll work.

Medal of Honor may not be pulling away the Call of Duty and Halo audiences on a level EA is happy with, but there’s always add-ons to fall back on. Maybe, just maybe, the fresh multiplayer content can keep people playing.

November 2 will see a King-of-the-Hill-style mode called Hot Zone; new maps Hindukush Pass and Korengal Outpost; and redesigned versions of Shahikot Valley and Helmand Valley. This bundle can be beamed to your platform of choice (PC, Xbox 360, or PlayStation 3) for $10.

And, as previously announced, there’s a bit of free content coming on the same day. The Elimination-style Clean Sweep mode plus two new maps and two redesigned ones. Interesting strategy they’re going with here. Wonder if it’ll work.

Jordan Devore
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