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    Medal Of Honor Warfighter Gameplay - Demolitions Class Review How to Play It and Why

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    Medal of Honor Warfighter Gameplay PC. Let's Take a good hard look at the Demolitions Class. Im going to tell you all you need to know to do well with it and why i think it have the most fun "kill streaks" in whole of MOH WF!

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    Medal of Honor Warfighter is out in USA im using a review copy i got from EA to play it early. Medal of Honor Warfighter releases in EU 25th and 26th of October. You cans till pre order the game and get 50% of in some cases if you have bf3 premium on origin.

    Medal of Honor: Warfighter uses the Frostbite 2.0 engine, which was made by another subsidiary of EA, DICE, which was the partner for Medal of Honor (2010). The engine has vastly improved the graphical schematics and allowed for more complex scenes.
    Old features from the previous engine, such as "asking for ammo", peak & lean, and sliding have returned from the old engine. New features in the campaign are things like the Dynamic Door Breach and micro-destruction.

    Campaign Missions of Medal of Honor Warfighter include: Unintended Consequences, Through the Eyes of Evil, Shore Leave, Hot Pursuit, Changing Tides, Rip Current, Hat Trick, Finding Faraz, Connect the Dots, Hello and Dubai, Old Friends, Bump in the Night, Shut it Down.

    The story focuses on two Navy SEALs of AFO Neptune, namely Mother and Preacher. The game also focuses on their family life back at the States to reveal the family men behind the warriors. The game won't be based on a specific battle, instead focusing on real-world events such as Somalian pirate attacks and hostage rescues in the Philippines.

    Preacher, Mother, Voodoo and other central characters are returning from Medal of Honor 2010. Two confirmed locations are the flooded Isabela City, Philippines and Modagishu, Somalia. For the first time in the Medal of Honor series, other non-US Special Forces units are represented as well, such as in Task Force Atlas.