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Tuesday, 11 September 2012 07:35

MOH Warfighter to get movie tie-in map pack

Written by David Stellmack

Zero Dark Thirty map pack inspired by Bin Laden hunt

Medal of Honor: Warfighter will be working a movie tie-in for one of its map packs. Zero Dark Thirty, which is the movie about the hunt for Osama Bin Laden, will get a map pack inspired from the movie.

The map pack will offer two maps that are called Darra Gun Market and Chitral, which are inspired by locations which were thought to be Osama Bin Laden hideouts. The map pack will be timed to arrive with the release of the movie, which opens the week of December 17th.

EA will be donating $1 from each map pack purchased to EA’s Project HONOR program. The map pack will be included for free for those that pre-order and get the Limited Edition version of the game.

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