Friday, July 4, 2014
Danger Close, Medal Of Honor Developer, Is No More

Danger Close, Medal Of Honor Developer, Is No More

The developer responsible for Medal of Honor is dead, EA has made known, a sad situation that came about after Medal of Honor: Warfighter was released to lackluster reviews.

Speaking to Eurogamer, EA Games boss Patrick Söderlund confirmed the news.

Danger Close as it was doesn’t exist any more.

Söderlund assured however, that the people who used to work there are still employed, now scattered about the massive publisher.

There are people who left LA, people who work with DICE LA, and there are some who work in other parts of EA, as always when something gets dismantled.

It’s sad how things turned out for the Danger Close, but Medal of Honor: Warfighter was really a rubbish title. Sorry to say.

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  • rpatricky

    Honestly, the total lack of support really killed this title. When it worked, it was a blast. When it didn’t, well…rubbish is as good a word as any. And having a developer who really didn’t know how to fix their own game is a really bad sign. I put my time in on the title with confidence that the VoIP would get fixed, but those idiots did t get it done. They used the damn Frostbite 2 engine and BF3 had the same damn problem so why couldn’t they have DICE help? Oh well.. At least it was better than the Xbox One is going to be. Ha.

  • Ghost250

    actually Danger Close is now DICE LA

  • ernicegilbert

    @ghost250:disqus – That’s where they’re scattered I suppose.

  • ernicegilbert

    Yeah, that VoIP problem persisted. Hope it’s all fixed in Frostbite 3.

  • Benzo

    I shed a tear for Danger Close. I LOVED the MoH games, but Warfighter was the butt cheeks. Hope they all stay employed and EA give us another MoH…eventually

  • ernicegilbert

    @43abda43103dd2aa1f625986960b031d:disqus there’s still hope for MOH… It just needs a complete overhaul man. Start fresh. Keep the MOH style but start afresh.