MoH Gamescom 2010 Footage

Some new footage from Medal of Honor has turned up on a french website. The footage comes from Gamescom which is currently being held in Cologne, Germany. The gameplay looks a lot smoother than what we seen in the Beta, and seems to be shaping up nicely. Rumour was that the Beta we received was a very early build of the game, maybe as early as March, which was when BC2 was released. I’m really looking forward to this game again after seeing clips from the singleplayer on Game Trailers TV, and I’m sure it will keep me occupied until BRINK comes out in 2011, which the more I hear about it, I am getting more and more excited about. Anyway, enjoy the video, there are another 2 on the website.

OK, so the video embedding doesn’t seem to be working on the video, so here is the link to the original video I tried to post:  http://www.jeuxvideo.tv/video/medal-of-honor.html#view:331892

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12 Responses to MoH Gamescom 2010 Footage

  1. yvdsvestas says:

    video looks indeed better,but i will remain skeptical until i have played the full game.

    Are there any big differences with MW or BF
    or is it just a mix of those?

    Brink is gonna be freakin awesome…love the weapon loadouts and the way the player moves trough the level.

    Can’t wait to play this as a Visored LOL

    • goldengate88 says:

      People say it’s a mix of Bad Company and Call of Duty, but I really don’t see how. Maybe the movements are a bit more fluid and natural like BC, and the fact that there is no prone, but the game play to me is pure CoD, but in a slightly less annoying way.

      For instance, like CoD, there is no bullet drop (although, weirdly, I’ve heard people say there is bullet travel time, I can’t remember from the Beta if there was or not), there is also very little destruction, which was a key feature in the BC series. From what I’ve seen so far it looks to me to be a good substitute to Call of Duty, rather than a good substitute to Bad Company.

      I was really hoping for this game to be like a reskinned BC2 set in Afghanistan, well, OK, not literally just a straight up reskin, but you know what I mean. Guess we’ll just have to wait and see what Battlefield 3 or the inevitable Bad Company 3 will bring to the table.

  2. Fabe says:

    Lol i killed the Visoreds.

    @Golden When you post links, set it so it opens in a new window. I edited the links here.

    Key moment in that vid: 0:28, new screen for when you get killed and when you have to select your class.

    Nice find bro! ^_^

    • goldengate88 says:

      Sorry Fabe, I’m just so used to right clicking and opening in new tab, will try and remember for next time. Oh, and thanks for editing the links.

      Yeah, the new screen on death looks a lot nicer, it also seems that explosives do more damage, hit detection seems to be better, and that annoying HUGE flash up on the screen when you get points seems to have been toned down.

      R.I.P Visoreds. Lol.

    • yvdsvestas says:

      you killed the Visored…..Why?

  3. goldengate88 says:

    While we’re talking about BRINK, here’s an article I read on Kotaku that should get you excited for 2011:

    Kotaku

  4. Fabe says:

    I’ve made a new BRINK iHS blog but I wanna make a logo and whatnot before I up the link.
    So expect it VERY soon.

  5. thiswarisours18 says:

    i was just on facebook and the news said that some british dude that works for FOX is trying to get MoH banned because there is a battle based in the UK and it involves killing british troops. he said it wasnt right in his opinion…..my response: its a game!!!!!!! no one said anything about killing british troops…that pissed me off…..same thing with the GTA series.

  6. yvdsvestas says:

    You mean UK defence secretary Liam Fox.

    EA has now responded to Fox, telling Eurogamer:

    “Multiplayer combat is a long-standing, common and popular feature of videogames. In multiplayer, teams assume the identities of combatants on both sides of the conflict.

    “Many popular videogames allow players to assume the identity of enemies including Nazis and terrorists. In the multiplayer levels of Medal of Honor, teams will assume the identity of both US forces and the Taliban.

    “The Sunday Times story on Medal of Honor contains inaccuracies. For one, Medal of Honor does not allow players to kill British soldiers. British troops do not feature in the game

  7. thiswarisours18 says:

    just quoting what i read on Facebook from playstation profile it said FOX so i assumed FOX news…..

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