Following on from its announcement last week, a few details have emerged regarding Medal of Honor: Warfighter, which will be developed once again by Danger Close.
First of all, the whole game will be built around Frostbite 2.0, rather than the dual-engine setup that was featured in 2010's series reboot. Moreover, Danger Close will be overseeing the whole game this time too, rather than splitting offline and online duties between themselves and DICE as was the case previously.
OXM reports that the story will still focus around a group of Tier 1 Operators, with "Preacher, Voodoo, Mother and other major players from the last game" making returns. Multiple nations are represented this time around, with US troops joined by those from such outfits as the SAS (British), SASR (Australian), KSK (German), and Grom (Polish).
With an emphasis on "authenticity" rather than "simulation", Danger Close are apparently including a one-shot-kill "hardcore" mode and co-op support.
Medal of Honor: Warfighter is scheduled for release on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 this October. [via CVG]