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Medal Of Honor Multiplayer “Global Warfighters” Announced

Despite the singleplayer portion being the bulk of Danger Close’s Medal of Honor: Warfighter live demo, the developer also announced that their multiplayer is much different from the original Medal of Honor.

Called “Global Warfighters,” MOH: Warfighter allows players to pick from the top trained and skilled special operations teams from all over the world.

Learn more about Medal of Honor: Warfighters “Global Warfighters” mode as well as the  Tier 1 global operators represented after the break.

Global Warfighters is a new multiplayer mode that pits the best international Tier 1 operators around the world against each other. Players can pick from 10 different countries and represent their favorite Spec Ops forces in online competition.

Global Tier 1 Operators represented are:

  • US Navy Seals, SFOD-D, OGA – United States
    The United States Navy’s Sea, Air, and Land Teams, commonly known as Navy SEALs, are the U.S. Navy’s principal special operations force and a part of the Naval Special Warfare Command (NSWC) as well as the maritime component of the United States Special Operations Command.
  • GROM – Poland
    (Grupa Reagowania Operacyjno-Manewrowego) GROM is one of five special forces units of the Polish Armed Forces. It was officially activated on July 8, 1990. It can be and is deployed in a variety of special operations and unconventional warfare roles, including anti-terrorist actions and projection of power behind enemy lines.
  • SAS – England
    Special Air Service (SAS) is a corps of the British Army constituted on 31 May 1950. They are part of the United Kingdom Special Forces (UKSF) and have served as a model for the special forces of many other countries all over the world.
  • JTF2 – Canada
    Joint Task Force 2 (JTF2) is an elite special operations force of the Canadian Forces primarily tasked with counter-terrorism operations. JTF2 is part of the operational elements of the Canadian Special Operations Forces Command.
  • FSK/HJK – Norway
    Hærens Jegerkommando (FSK/HJK) is a special forces unit of the Norwegian military. It is the armed forces competence center for commando, airborne and counter terrorist duty in the Norwegian Army.
  • SOG – Sweeden
    Särskilda Skyddsgruppen (SOG) is a special operations unit of the Swedish military which became active in 1994. The exact number of operatives is classified but is thought to be between 60 and 80, with an average age of 31.
  • SASR – Australia
    Special Air Service Regiment (SASR) is a special forces unit of the Australian Army. While it is modeled on the British SAS, with which it shares the motto “Who Dares Wins”, the regiment also draws on the experience of World War II Australian special reconnaissance and commando units, particularly Z Special Unit (Z Force/SRD).
  • KSK – Germany
    Kommando Spezialkräfte (KSK) is an elite military unit composed of Special Operations soldiers from the ranks of Germany’s Bundeswehr and organized as such under the Division Spezielle Operationen (Special Operations Division, DSO).
  • UDT – South Korea
    Naval Special Warfare Brigade (UDT) is a special warfare unit of Republic of Korea Navy. The UDT are heavily influenced by the United States Navy SEALs, and maintain a strong relationship by regularly undertaking joint cross training (JCET) several times a year.
  • GRUPPA ALFA – Russia
    GRUPPA ALFA is an elite, stand-alone component of Russia’s special forces and the dedicated counter-terrorism task-force of the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB), with an emphasis on hostage rescue and counter-terrorism operations.

Medal of Honor: Warfighter is slated for release on October 23, 2012. Which of these “Global Warfighters” will you represent? Let us know in the comment section below!

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Posted on June 6, 2012, in Event Coverage and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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