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Medal Of Honor: Warfighter Screenshots Promise "The Best FPS Engine Out There"

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Jonathan Lester
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Danger Close, EA, FPS, Medal Of Honor: Warfighter, PC games, PS3 games, Screenshots, Xbox 360 games

Medal Of Honor: Warfighter Screenshots Promise "The Best FPS Engine Out There"

EA have released three new screenshots for Medal Of Honor: Warfighter, which demonstrate the power of the Frostbite 2.0 engine in action. The accompanying blog post goes as far to state that "the best FPS engine out there," promising "an extreme level of detail" and "fleshed out scenery." You can be the judge of that after the break.

If our latest hands-on preview is anything to go by, Danger Close's FPS effort definitely is looking sensational - and playing rather nicely too.

MoH: Warfighter is out on October 26th in the UK.

Medal Of Honor: Warfighter Screenshots Promise "The Best FPS Engine Out There"

Medal Of Honor: Warfighter Screenshots Promise "The Best FPS Engine Out There"

Medal Of Honor: Warfighter Screenshots Promise "The Best FPS Engine Out There"

Yes, I'm also surprised that the screenshots weren't provided in a higher resolution.

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wightmad  Oct. 17, 2012 at 21:07

> Promise "The Best FPS Engine Out There"

Yawn. Heard it all before. You can't judge the quality of a graphics engine by a few selected screenshots.

"Suggest" yes. "Promise" no.

JonLester  Oct. 18, 2012 at 12:37

@wightmad: Ah, you misunderstand me. The accompanying blog post/caption that revealed the screenshots literally promised "the best FPS engine out there."

Whether Warfighter will deliver on that promise is another matter entirely.

"Suggest" would have been disingenuous since the screens were provided at a surprisingly small size - there's not enough for us to make a judgement call beyond our hands-on previews.

Last edited by JonLester, Oct. 18, 2012 at 12:39

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