Development on the next Medal of Honor game is already underway at Danger Close, it has been revealed. Executive producer Greg Goodrich has written a blog post for the official Medal of Honor blog entitled "In case you were wondering..." It leads straight off with the news: "Yes, Danger Close is currently working on the next Medal of Honor." He notes that the recent reboot to the series has sold more than 5 million copies and thanks fans for supporting it. A sequel to Medal of Honor was all but confirmed last month after a Danger Close job listing stated that it was at work on an "unannounced AAA first person shooter title." There were other clues in the listing and EA has made it abundantly clear that it wants to beat Call of Duty, so it didn't take much of a leap to come to that conclusion. Battlefield maker DICE handled development of the multiplayer aspect of MoH; it remains to be seen if a similar arrangement will be in place for the sequel. [/p] Source Warning: Spoilers inside! Seriously, the first MoH was just bad. A title completely banking off the CoD craze and one that didn't offer anything to play over either CoD or BFBC. It somehow sold like over a million copies but then everyone realized it sucks. It never cracked the Top 20 for Xbox Live and it's pretty much off the radar now, which is pretty bad for a mediocre game based really on nothing more than singleplayer. I just hope this bombs to prove that not every game can keep banking off the CoD craze.