Wasn't it Blatantly obvious?
Just hours before EA officially announced the long-rumored return of its Medal of Honor franchise, the company's chief executive told Kotaku his battle plan for EA's war-game competition against Call of Duty. He wants Modern Warfare's spot.
"Frankly, once you get past, sort of, four people on a map, I think our gameplay is better," Riccitiello answered. "That is a legacy of DICE and where they came from. The original Battlefield PC was a 16-on-16 product and they've optimized. The other thing is, I think things like vehicles and destructible environments are a fresh innovation."
Originally Posted by Chimeracaust
Is he saying MoH:MC is going to be 2v2? I don't understand this statement.
I do like how he is hinting at more open, non-linear gameplay, I think if they try hard it shouldn't be tough to make a better SP campaign, hell shouldn't really be tough to make a better MP. But we'll see.