Electronic Arts recognizes that a year of delivery to the Medal of Honor was not positive for the series
"The team is working on a game every year, tired, running out of time and effort to be innovative also exhausted."
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Frank Gibeau, president of EA Games, has sung a sort of mea culpa around the Medal of Honor franchise, which has been dropped it might have been overexploited by the U.S. company.
"I think all the franchises that carry a lifetime just entrenched by the fact of having to meet once a year," Gibeau admitted on Medal of Honor. "The team is working on a game every year, tired, running out of time and effort to be innovative also exhausted."
Gibeau also confessed that he believes "is not enough attention to the multiplayer section." "Any shooter worth his salt is going to be groundbreaking in its online game, and I think Bad Company is a good example. I think Modern Warfare 2 is a good example and I think Halo is clearly a good example. The power of a franchise of shooter genre is its online component and its ways. "