Sat, Dec 15, 2012 | 18:01 GMT
MoH: Warfighter Zero Dark Thirty releasing next week
Medal of Honor: Warfighter’s The Hunt map pack – aka Zero Dark Thirty – will release next week, according to a post from level designer Marc Janas on US PS Blog.
The pack contains the maps Darra Gun Market and Chitra Compound, which were detailed by Janas.
“The Darra Gun Market map contains a scenic river crossing with high intensity combat over the ravine, the gunsmith pit which is right along the docks, and the abandoned estate that provides an overwatch for the entire middle section of the map,” he wrote. “Players of each class will find areas that support their play style – there are great sniper positions, as well as several sneaky routes located around each of the objectives.
“Chitral Compound is based loosely on the area you scoured for the Cleric in single player. It features a small town center checkpoint with roof to roof combat, a large dried up river valley which provides many great sniping opportunities, and the strongly fortified compound which contains several locations perfect for bipod play in Homerun Mode.”
New weapon camo options will also be included in the pack, along with new weapon attachments – all outlined below.
14 Weapon Camos
- Tactical Pink
- Tree Bark
- Snake Peel
- Dev Team
- EBR: Standard Barrel + PEQ-15, Trijicon TA648-308 + RMR
- AK103: Lightweight Barrel + Surefire Rail & Foregrip, Trijicon RMR
- MG4: Lightweight Barrel + Handguard, No Stock
- G36: Quad Rail + LLM01, Aimpoint Micro T1 + 3x Magnifier
- MK16PDW: Lightweight Barrel + PEQ-15, Trijicon 1×42
- OBR762: Standard Barrel + PEQ-15, US Optics SN-8
The pack will be a free download for those who purchased the Limited Edition or pre-ordered the Digital Deluxe version. Others will have to fork over $9.99/ 800 MS Points.
EA will donate $1 from each sale of the pack to veterans and military family charities.
The map pack releases on December 17 on PC, December 18 on PS3 and Xbox 360 in the US, and December 19 on PS3 in the UK.
An overview video was posted back in November.