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EA has announced plans to cross-promote Medal of Honor: Warfighter and Zero Dark Thirty–a Hollywood film based on the real-life special forces mission to capture or kill Osama bin Laden–via a map pack.

The partnership with Sony Pictures Entertainment will see $1 million donated to charities benefiting North American war veterans. The Medal of Honor: Warfighter Zero Dark Thirty Map Pack will be available the week of December 17 for $9.99 with EA donating $1 for each pack sold. The pack will be free for anyone who owns the Limited Edition of the game.

The pack includes two maps inspired by real-world locations, the first is Darra Gun Market–set in the largest illegal arms market in the world in Pakistan where no police are allowed to enter. The second map is Chitral, a remote, rugged area north of Pakistan which is governed by tribes.

Medal of Honor Warfighter is inspired by real world events, real operations, and real warriors. We’ve teamed up with Sony Pictures Entertainment to give back to the Special Operations community in honor of the sacrifices they and their families have made for their country and to connect people to the story of the greatest manhunt our world has seen,” said EA COO, Peter Moore.

You can check out a trailer for the pack below.

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New Medal of Honor: Warfighter Map Pack Ties-in With Bin-Laden Movie

EA has announced plans to cross-promote Medal of Honor: Warfighter and Zero Dark Thirty--a Hollywood film based on the real-life special forces mission to capture or kill Osama bin Laden--via a map pack.

By Matthew Bennett | 09/10/2012 09:12 AM PT

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EA has announced plans to cross-promote Medal of Honor: Warfighter and Zero Dark Thirty–a Hollywood film based on the real-life special forces mission to capture or kill Osama bin Laden–via a map pack.

The partnership with Sony Pictures Entertainment will see $1 million donated to charities benefiting North American war veterans. The Medal of Honor: Warfighter Zero Dark Thirty Map Pack will be available the week of December 17 for $9.99 with EA donating $1 for each pack sold. The pack will be free for anyone who owns the Limited Edition of the game.

The pack includes two maps inspired by real-world locations, the first is Darra Gun Market–set in the largest illegal arms market in the world in Pakistan where no police are allowed to enter. The second map is Chitral, a remote, rugged area north of Pakistan which is governed by tribes.

Medal of Honor Warfighter is inspired by real world events, real operations, and real warriors. We’ve teamed up with Sony Pictures Entertainment to give back to the Special Operations community in honor of the sacrifices they and their families have made for their country and to connect people to the story of the greatest manhunt our world has seen,” said EA COO, Peter Moore.

You can check out a trailer for the pack below.

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About Matthew Bennett

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89