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Medal of Honor 2 Reveal Coming Soon?

An invitation hints at a reveal at GDC.

2010's Medal of Honor reboot may be getting a sequel soon. A "save the date" invitation has been sent to GameSpot that hints that Electronic Arts will unveil a Medal of Honor sequel on March 6, 2012 in San Fransisco. The date puts the announcement to be during the 2012 Game Developers Conference, which takes place between March 5-9.

Medal of Honor, a reboot of the World War 2 shooter series that brought it into the current conflict in Afghanistan, shipped five million copies. Although a sequel seemed imminent, no announcement has been made. Check out our review of Medal of Honor here.



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