Following in the footsteps of Activision with Call of Duty: Elite, Electronic Arts created the stat-tracking platform known as ‘Battlelog’ for shooter Battlefield 3. The platform allowed gamers to keep track of all they get up to in-game, be it kills, deaths or how many hours played. With the arrival of Medal of Honor: Warfighter only getting closer, DICE and EA have made public that the shooter will also make use of stat-tracking tool when released.
Dice and EA made the announcement through the Battlefield Website, saying, “But we’re not ready to talk about Battlefield 4 yet – in the meantime, we hope you will continue to enjoy Battlefield 3 and all the Battlefield 3 Premium content still to come. We invite you to check out Danger Close Studio’s Medal of Honor Warfighter, which is also powered by the Frostbite 2 engine and the free social network, Battlelog.”
With the Battlelog support for the game confirmed, questions turn to what way Medal Of Honor: Warfighter will implement the service. Either give the same social experience present with Battlefield 3, with a new name and domain, or completely re-vamp the platform to fit the game’s needs entirely. Until new information comes to light, we can only speculate.
Medal of Honor: Warfighter will be available for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC on October 23 in North America and October 25 in the United Kingdom. Don’t forget, if you pre-order Medal of Honor Warfighter Limited Edition at no extra fee, you will receive exclusive access to the Battlefield 4 Beta, yes I said Battlefield 4, it’s kinda a big deal!