EALA has confirmed that its upcoming Medal of Honor reboot will feature “big military” as well as small squad gameplay.

In an interview with IncGamers, EALA’s Greg Goodrich revealed that while the game focuses on the Tier One Operators, with tactical small squad gameplay, gamers will also get to play as part of the larger military.

“The Tier 1 Operator has really come into their own in this conflict and we’re honoured to have had the access to the people we’ve had access to, and we’re really focusing our character story, our narrative, on them and on the soldier, and the respect for the soldier, and honouring the soldier, and really going deep into that,” said Goodrich.

“It’s about that. It’s about small-unit tactics; it’s about small-unit methods and procedures, but we also have big army,” he added.

“Big military, I should say, is also in the game. The two units – the two sides – the sledgehammer and the scalpel, cannot work independently of each other. They require each other and depend on each other, and we’re showcasing both of those in Medal of Honor.”

Stay tuned for the full interview with EALA’s Greg Goodrich and Sean Decker later today. Also, find out why the game will not be a “propaganda piece,” why it’s not in competition with Battlefield: Bad Company 2 and how the Tier One Operators have “100% editorial control.”

Paul Younger
Founder and Editor of PC Invasion. Founder of the world's first gaming cafe and Veteran PC gamer of over 22 years.

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