EA’s Executive producer Greg Goodrich, while talking to New York Times, said that his studio’s upcoming controversial (US Military Bans Medal of Honor) First Person Shooter will have to sell at least 3 million units for it to get a sequel. It should be no big deal, though, since the game looks great so far. Goodrich, though, says, if the game fails to sell as much, he is “not going to be able to do another one.”
He also revealed that the game was going to be called Medal of Honor: Anaconda, named after the failed Afghanistan mission, but they thought the better of it and removed the subtitle altogether. The development team thought the name “hit a little too close to home” and that it “would put a sour taste in our brothers’ mouths.”
Medal of Honor release next month- book your pre-order copies, you might not get the chance to buy it, especially since it’s banned in most of the shops. UK readers, you don’t worry, though.